Title

The Extraterritorial Enforcement of Patent Rights

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Date

2015

Abstract

The chapter discusses the means that patent owners employ to achieve their enforcement goals in terms of the enforcement’s territorial impact; the means include centralization of litigation of multiple-country patents in a single court, litigating foreign patents in particular jurisdictions where the best prospects of actual enforcement exist, and stretching a protecting country’s patent law through the extraterritorial effects of the law and its application.

Publication Citation

in Patent Enforcement Worldwide (Christopher Heath ed., Hart Publishing forthcoming 2015)