19 July 2017
In the latest edition of Intercontinental Finance & Law magazine, Margaret Arnott has outlined the key differences between disclosure rules in three major IP Litigation forums; the U.K, the U.S and France.
Disclosure (for discovery) refers to the stage in a litigation process whereby each party is required to exchange copies of documents relevant to that dispute to the other side. The different disclosure regimes which exist in these jurisdictions highlight the complexities surrounding litigation, and the extent to which litigation proceedings can differ across various territories.
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