IPR Litigation

Litigation in IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) refers to the process of resolving legal disputes related to intellectual property, such as patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, through the court system.

In IPR litigation, the parties involved may include the owner of the intellectual property rights, alleged infringers, and third parties who may have a stake in the outcome of the dispute. The process usually involves filing a complaint with the appropriate court, followed by discovery, where the parties exchange information and evidence. The case may then proceed to trial, where a judge or jury will determine the outcome of the case.

IPR litigation can be complex and expensive, involving technical expertise and legal knowledge. It can also be time-consuming, taking several years to resolve. However, it can be an important tool for protecting intellectual property rights and enforcing them against infringers.