Intellectual Property Law

Course Code
BL 509
2.25 hours
  • Fall 16 (B)
  • Fall 17 (B)

Intellectual Property Law --- An introduction to legal options available to protect intellectual property, including international aspects of intellectual property law. Topics covered include: patent law (including general policies and procedures, application processes, infringement and remedies, and international patent protections issues); trade secrets (including the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, protective measures, and international issues); copyright law (including ownership and acquisition, infringement and remedies, technology issues, and international copyright protection issues); and trademark law including general principles, federal procedures, infringement, dilution, remedies, and international aspects of trademark protection.

Taught By
Lynda Oswald
  • Louis and Myrtle Moskowitz Research Professor of Business and Law
  • Chair of Business Law
Lynda J. Oswald's research focuses on intellectual and real property law issues, especially liability issues in contexts such as secondary...