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A US biotech company and its Chinese partner are awaiting an ICC award in a US$200 million-plus dispute over a collaboration to develop cancer-fighting antibodies.
27 October 2022
On the day that Singaporeans were permitted to unmask inside for the first time since the pandemic, Lucy Reed interviewed Singapore's minister of home affairs and minister for law K Shanmugam SC about the city-state's future as a leading arbitration centre.
14 October 2022
UPDATED WITH LINK TO AWARD: A subsidiary of the creator of Chinese social media website Weibo has persuaded a Dutch court to partially annul a US$116 million award concerning alleged misuse of location-based services software, a dispute that has spawned enforcement proceedings in Hong Kong and the British Virgin Islands.
01 September 2022
A sole arbitrator at the ICDR has ruled in favour of Daiichi Sankyo in a dispute potentially worth billions of dollars over rights to technology the Japanese drugmaker is using in cancer medicines.
15 August 2022
Apple has ended its bid to enforce an ICC award that held a US headphones maker liable for breach of confidentiality after agreeing to settle the dispute.
01 August 2022
An Irish pharmaceutical company seeking to enforce an ICC award over intellectual property rights for oral contraceptive products must wait for a Dutch court to decide on a set-aside application, an English judge has ruled.
08 July 2022
A Seattle biotech company is bringing an LCIA claim against its Indian former business partner amid a US$950 million dispute over alleged theft of technology used to develop covid-19 vaccines.
30 March 2022
An ICC tribunal has ruled that a US headphones maker violated a confidentiality agreement with Apple when it sued the California-based tech multinational for alleged patent infringement.
01 March 2022
A dispute over rights to Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird has settled after an arbitrator ruled following the author's death that successors and heirs to the makers of the Academy award-winning film retain the movie remake and sequel rights.
24 February 2022
A US court has been asked to compel a DC-based intellectual property boutique to turn over evidence for use in a DIFC-LCIA arbitration over a Saudi food delivery app.
25 January 2021
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