Patent LawThe course surveys the following aspects of patent law: the requirements for obtaining a patent, the rights obtained by the grant of a patent, procedure in securing a patent, licensing of a patent and a brief introduction to international aspects of patent protection. The course deals mainly with issues of substantive law and is not a preparation for the Patent Bar exam, which is more procedural in focus. The course aims to provide a basic framework on which to build for those who have no previous knowledge of patents and to assist in putting knowledge acquired on the job by those working in the patent profession into its proper context.
Is this course open to LL.M. students? Yes
Do the credits of this course count toward the specialized program credits that students need for the Intellectual Property & Information Technology Law LL.M. Program? Yes
LL.M. Notes: Core course for LL.M. Intellectual Property & Information Technology Law Program
|Partial list of professors who teach or have taught this course:|
|Fromer, Jeanne C.||Spring 2010|
|Richards, John||Fall 2010|
|Lim, Daryl||Fall 2010|