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2018, vol. 56, iss. 7-9, pp. 103-124
Mediation as a method for resolution of intellectual property disputes: (Un)realistic expectations
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law
Abstract
Intellectual property disputes are often considered as particularly suitable for mediation. The idea of this paper is to examine, from the perspective of Serbian law, certain issues related to the application of mediation for resolution of intellectual property disputes, with the aim of trying to determine under what circumstances it will be realistic to expect mediation to replace court and other dispute resolution procedures. The analysis indicates that mediation, in order to be suitable for resolution of a certain dispute, should meet two criteria. Firstly, a particular dispute should fulfil the criterion of mediability, and secondly, it should be suitable for the parties to solve the subject dispute through mediation. In the case of intellectual property disputes it is not so rare that the mentioned criteria will not be fulfilled. In spite of that, the potential of mediation, as a method for resolution of intellectual property disputes, still seems to be significant. Therefore, the message is that it should be worked on development and promotion of wider application of mediation for resolution of intellectual property disputes in the Republic of Serbia.

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article language: Serbian
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published in SCIndeks: 02/08/2018

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