Carol ludington moderated the AIPLA Patent Damages Case Law 2018 Year in Review, Winter 2019.
LUDINGTON MODERATES PATENT DAMAGES YEAR IN REVIEW
Carol Ludington authored “Experts: Early, Tailored and Effective,” published in the Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration, 2019.
LUDINGTON PUBLISHED IN AUSTRIAN YEARBOOK ON INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION
LUDINGTON PRESENTS AT INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION SYMPOSIUM
Carol Ludington spoke on “(Non) Traditional Neutrals” during the Center for International Legal Studies International Arbitration Symposium in Salzburg, Austria.
Carol Ludington participates in a London round table on expert witnesses in international arbitration, Fall 2018.
LUDINGTON PARTICIPATES IN ROUND TABLE
Carol Ludington participated in the panel, "Traditional Ways Revisited - lessons learned from the past?" during Vienna Arbitration Days 2018.
LUDINGTON PRESENTS AT VIENNA ARBITRATION DAYS
Carol Ludington represented the Forum for International Conciliation and Arbitration (“FICA”) at the 34th session of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (“UNCITRAL”) Working Group III held at the United Nations in Vienna, Austria, and New York, New York, regarding Investor-State dispute settlement reform.
LUDINGTON PARTICIPATES AT UNCITRAL WORKING GROUP III
Carol Ludington represented the Forum for International Conciliation and Arbitration (“FICA”) and spoke to the assembled delegates and NGO’s at recent sessions of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (“UNCITRAL”) Working Group II (Dispute Resolution) held at the United Nations in Vienna, Austria and New York, NY. During its session in February, 2018 the Working Group completed its work on the preparation of a draft convention and a draft amended Model Law on international settlement agreements resulting from mediation. Both instruments were approved by the Commission at its summer 2018 session.
LUDINGTON PARTICIPATES AT UNCITRAL WORKING GROUP II
Carol Ludington authored the chapter, “Initial Damages Assessments: Focusing Early on Things that Count but Cannot be Counted,” in the ABA’s recently published book, “ADR Advocacy, Strategies, and Practices for Intellectual Property and Technology Cases, Second Edition, American Bar Association. September 2017
LUDINGTON AUTHORS ABA BOOK CHAPTER
Carol Ludington served as the damages expert on behalf of the defendant in a commercial dispute in which the defendant was granted a directed verdict on all counts. September 2017
LUDINGTON ON BEHALF OF PREVAILING PARTY
Carol Ludington participated in the Ethics Panel at the Center for International Legal Studies (“CILS”) International Mediation Symposium in Salzburg, Austria, and spoke about issues related to arb-med and arb-med-arb (the same neutral serving as both arbitrator and mediator in the same dispute). June 2017
LUDINGTON PRESENTS AT INTERNATIONAL MEDIATION SYMPOSIUM
Carol Ludington presented, “Not All Things That Count Can Be Counted” for a panel at the AIPLA’s 2016 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. May 2016
LUDINGTON PRESENTS AT THE AIPLA SPRING MEETING
Carol Ludington presented on Use of Damage Experts and participated in a panel discussion at the University of Minnesota Patent Symposium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. April 2016
LUDINGTON PRESENTS AT UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA LAW SCHOOL PATENT SYMPOSIUM
Carol Ludington presented at the ABA’s 2016 Dispute Resolution Conference regarding using early attention to damages as a dispute resolution tool. April 2016
LUDINGTON PRESENTS AT ABA CONFERENCE
Carol Ludington presented a webinar titled, “Eight Ways to Make the Most of Arbitration.” February 2016
LUDINGTON PRESENTS REGARDING EFFECTIVE USE OF ARBITRATION
Carol Ludington participated in the panel, “Patent Mediation – a continuing process to define and simplify the issues for helping resolve the dispute,” at the Sedona Conference Working Group 9 and Working Group 10 Joint Mid-Year Meeting. February 2016
LUDINGTON PARTICIPATES AT SEDONA CONFERENCE MEETING
Carol Ludington moderated a panel at the University of Texas School of Law Patent Damages Roundtable. November 2015