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Intl Trademark Law (LAW-646-001)
Pre-req: Trademark Law or IP Law or IP in Cyberspace
This course concerns the international system regulating the protection of trademark rights. It focuses on the principal international conventions in the field of trademarks, but we will also look at select regional and bilateral agreements. The course considers jurisdictional issues, anti-dilution, geographical indication protection, domain names and the protection of famous marks. We will also consider comparative trademark law for particular issues.
Prerequisite(s): U.S. Trademark Law (LAW-609) or Intellectual Property Law (LAW-670) or Unfair Trade Law (LAW-689) or permission of the instructor.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Christine Haight Farley, Global Issues in Trademark Law (Thompson West forthcoming 2013) draft manuscript to be posted on MyWCL in installments under “Course Materials.”
First Class Readings
Will be posted on MyWCL