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Patent Infringement Joint Defense Agreement

Book Publication Date: Nov 2014
Description: Courts often consolidate actions where multiple claims relate to the same patent. Such litigation can lead to multiple defendants and firms needing to cooperate and share information, causing attorney-client privilege issues. As a result the parties will sometimes enter into joint defense agreements such as the sample included here.
Type: Contracts
PLI Item #: 136742
Practice Area: Attorney-client privilege, Ethics and professional responsibility, Intellectual property, Litigation, Patent infringement, Patent litigation, Patents

Keywords: "patent infringement"; "joint defense agreement"; "JDA"; "intellectual property"; "patent"; "joint and common interest"; "codefendant"; "confidentiality"; "disqualification of counsel"; "third-party claims"; "disclaimer of remedies"

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