IP - Advanced Copyright Law (3611)

Building on the foundation established in Copyright Law, this course helps equip students to become participants in the national discussion over copyright. Course readings will include cases and the works of leading copyright scholars. Topics covered will change as U.S. copyright law develops. Representative subjects include copyrightability of computer-generated works, new categories of authorship, copyright infringement on the internet, the theoretical underpinnings of copyright, and issues in the copyright protection of music disseminated over the Internet.

Grading: Paper and Class Presentation

Prerequisite(s): IP - Copyright Law

Credits: 2

Offered: e/o Spring

Categories:
Elective

Subject Areas:
Intellectual Property:: edit ::

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