In this issue, we focus on dispute resolution in the field of Intellectual Property. In her article Protecting IP: Arbitration v Litigation, Yoanna Schuch explores the growing use of arbitration in IP disputes; while Mark Kelly explains the benefits of ADR for IP disputes in his article Intellectual Property and Alternative Dispute Resolution.

We also look at the importance of impartial and independent arbitrators and the significance of New Zealand’s ranking in Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions index.

In Case in Brief, Alexander Duffy looks at the efficacy of using independent experts in dispute resolution clauses and whether they are practical for complex disputes in his analysis of Onslow Salt Pty Ltd v Buurabalayji Thalanyji Aboriginal Corporation [2018].


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