College of Law

Adv Intellectual Property Sem


Law 7271 - Fall 2012

Professor: Michael B. Landau Class Times: R, 4:10 pm - 5:50 pm
Syllabus: Syllabus | Location: Room 652
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Course Description

Prerequisite: Law 7270 or 7158 or 7417 or 7478 Over the past 20 years the Supreme Court has decided many cases in Copyright, Trademark, and Patent Law. As Intellectual Property issues have become more important to society and to the economy, the pace and number of Supreme Court cases has increased. In this seminar, students will examine selected Supreme Court cases, and other relevant developments and then write a substantial research paper. The course may include presentations of the works-in-progress.

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