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International Intellectual Property Law

Course Number: LAW 6574 Credits: 2-3


  • Intellectual Property Law(LAW 6570)
  • Copyright Law(LAW 6572)
  • Trademark Law(LAW 6576)
  • Patent Law(LAW 6573)

A survey of the principal multinational agreements relating to intellectual property, including the Berne Convention, the TRIPs Agreement, the Patent Cooperation Treaty, and the Paris and Madrid Conventions; how these agreements affect U.S. domestic law; and some aspects of comparative intellectual property law. (Please Note: Only one of the above Prerequisite courses is required to enroll. Students may enroll in this course without having taken one of the above courses with the instructor’s permission.)