Intellectual Property

Law 265






 This course provides an in-depth introduction to the three major branches of federal intellectual property law: trademark, patent, and copyright. The state law doctrines of trade secret and right of publicity are covered briefly. No prior technical background or knowledge is required or expected.

Antitrust Law, International Intellectual Property, Patent Law, Copyright Law, Trademark Law, Biotechnology and the Law


A. Chin, J. Conley

Fall, Spring
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