IP - Patent Law II (5000)

Formerly named "Patent Law".

Provides a detailed examination of the substantive law and underlying policies that govern the validity, enforceability, and infringement of patents. The subjects to be treated include claim theory, enablement issues, interference theory, the meaning of "prior art," the Doctrine of Equivalents, contributory infringement and misuse, re-issue and re-examination, remedies, restriction practice and double patenting, design patents, and an overview of internal procedures of the Patent and Trademark Office.

Grading: Exam

Prerequisite(s): Patent Law I (formerly known as Patent Law Introduction)

Credits: 3

Offered: Spring

Categories:
Statutory Course

Subject Areas:
Intellectual Property:: edit ::

Taught by: Carl Moy

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