Fall 2016 Course Schedule

Patent Law (LAW-688-001)
J. Anderson

Meets: 06:00 PM - 08:40 PM (M) - Room Y401

Enrolled: 34 / Limit: 50

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Notices

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Description

Patent law grants inventors proprietary interests in their inventions—inventions that are increasingly ambitious and increasingly valuable. This course undertakes a thorough review of the requisites of patentability, including eligible subject matter, utility, novelty, nonobviousness and disclosure. Additionally, the course covers patent enforcement issues, including claim interpretation, the doctrine of equivalents and remedies. The course includes some coverage of comparative and international patent law. A scientific background is neither required nor recommended as a prerequisite to enroll in this course.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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Craig Nard, THE LAW OF PATENTS, (ASPEN PUBLISHING, 3RD. EDITION)

First Class Readings

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