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LAW 320 - Intellectual Property.


This course is an introduction to intellectual property (IP) law.  IP law involves legal protection for “creations of the mind,” including inventions, discoveries, artistic and creative works, brand identifiers, and product design.  This course will introduce students to the major doctrines that govern IP — patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret law — and the competing policies behind them.  It is intended both for students who are interested in a general overview of IP and for students seeking a gateway to more specialized IP courses.  A technical or scientific background is not required or expected. Three hours. Seaman



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