Trademark and Copyright Law Planning and Practice (JD-127)
This course is offered every spring semester. Prerequisite: Trademark and Copyright Law The planning and practice of establishing, commercializing, and protecting intellectual property assets under U.S. copyright and trademark laws. Students will examine the intricacies of trademark and copyright clearance, selection, registration, and protection, including the preparation of opinion letters, applications, office action responses, and infringement analysis; licensing, securitization, development, and merchandizing deals; due diligence exercises for software acquisitions; advertising review, customs recordation and seizure practice, Internet publishing and service provider agreements, and trademark litigation survey preparation.

Course Name: JD-127
Departments: Juris Doctor
Course Types: Simulation
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