IP Litigation (JD-194)
This course is offered every spring semester. This course has a prerequisites of Lawyering Skills I and II, Contract I and II, Criminal Law,Civil Pro. I and Con. Law I,Property and Torts. Recommended prior coursework: Evidence; Civil Procedure; Intellectual Property Law Survey. The course will focus on the specific aspects of civil and administrative litigation practice as they relate to the practice of intellectual property law, including patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret litigation. Topics will include pleadings, motions, and discovery practices related to IP-specific topics; development and use of demonstrative evidence and IP experts; protective orders; and remedies. The course is intended to give students a greater understanding of the fundamental concepts of litigation processes as they specifically relate to intellectual property matters.

Course Name: JD-194
Departments: Juris Doctor
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