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|Other Titles:||Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights in the U.S.: Litigation Issues Confronting Asian Companies|
Chung, Jack W.;Chiang, I-Ju
Litigation;Patent infringement;Licensing agreement;Declaratory judgement;Jurisdiction;Personal jurisdiction;E-discovery
|Issue Date:||2016-08-31 17:09:54 (UTC+8)|
Many companies have become more multinational or seek for cross-border collaborations because of globalization. Asian companies attempting to enter the U.S. market must be aware that several factors, including business strategy, company resources, or financial status will influence the development and success of the company. One of the most critical factors is the prevention and handling of litigation issues. Some common litigating methods include accusation of patent infringement, breach of contract, or a contract dispute. For example, when the scopes of rights in the contract are too vague or when both parties argue about royalties, these circumstances will most likely cause litigation. Asian companies who face business litigation in the U.S. are at a disadvantage because of the lack of experience and unfamiliarity with the U.S. judicial system, various litigation procedures, and cultural or language differences. However, if the companies learn what the litigation dangers are and the preventive steps to take to avoid them and implement useful strategies in the beginning, a successful business venture can be ensured.
|Relation:||政大智慧財產評論, 8(1), 89-116|
NCCU Intellectual Property Review
|Appears in Collections:||[智慧財產評論] 期刊論文|
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