IP mediation: government funding & Key Developments in Singapore

IP mediation: government funding & Key Developments in Singapore

When parties are engaged in a dispute over IP rights, mediation is an amicable way of resolving a dispute that allows parties to engage in a dialogue that is guided by their interests. Mediation generally results in time and cost savings for parties, as parties have control and certainty over the process to discuss and formulate a win-win solution for both parties.

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