Intellectual Property 447C-1 Clinic: Trademark Class
Under the supervision of a trademark practitioner, students will conduct trademark searches, write trademark opinion letters and write and prosecute trademark applications for individuals and small businesses before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Students will prosecute and supervise a portfolio of in-process applications. Students will prepare responses to technical and substantive office actions under supervision and, if such actions arise, will handle opposition and cancellation proceedings limited to concurrent use and likelihood of confusion issues under lawyer supervision. Clinic Director Approval is required prior to enrollment in the course.

Section Name: IP-447C-1
Departments: Intellectual Property
Prerequisites: This course has a prerequisite U.S. Trademark Law (IP 403).
Academic Level: Graduate: LLM and MS/MJ
Course Type: Faculty Supervised
Credits: 2
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Books: To Be Determined