Course Description

This Course is for students seeking solid grounding in Intellectual Property law. IP rights (including patents, copyrights, trademarks, industrial designs, confidential information, geographical indicators, traditional knowledge and personality rights) have increasing significance in manufacturing and knowledge-based economies. 21st Century business environments require working knowledge of IP and the ability to interact with IP assets and internal/external IP professionals. Course reviews current Canadian IP law and provides practical advice/strategies for dealing with IP issues.


Prerequisite: CLAW 122

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