This course covers the basic doctrines of the major federal and state intellectual property regimes, including patent, trade secret, copyright, trademark, false advertising, and publicity rights. The coverage is broad rather than deep; the course provides an introduction to the essentials of intellectual property for students entering all areas of practice. The overlap with advanced courses in intellectual property is minimal. No technical background is required, as most fields of intellectual property are non-technical.
|598B (CRN: 97098) Credits: 3|
Fall, 2016 (Day).
Mon, Wed: 10:25-11:50
25 openings. (Limit 50). See course waitlist.