US IP Survey (IP-429US)
Intellectual Property (IP) law concerns the mind-inventions, discoveries, trade secrets, business concepts, artistic works, computer software, brand names, product designs, and even celebrity images/personae. This course will introduce students to the primary legal systems that protect IP (i.e., patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret law) and the competing policies underlying these laws. The course is intended both for students who are interested in a general overview of IP and as a gateway to more specialized courses in John Marshall's IP program.

Course Name: IP-429US
Departments: Intellectual Property
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Prerequisites: This couse has a prerequisite of either US Customs and Trade Law, Internantional Trade Law or US Free Trade Agreements.
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