Intellectual Property Practice at the USITC (LAW-795IT-001)
Andrew Riley, Anthony Del Monaco
Assessment: Writing Assignments,Oral Presentations,Out-of-class Project(s),Class Participation
IP at the USITC examines the unique procedural and substantive issues that distinguish ITC IP investigations from litigation in US district courts. Taught by active ITC practitioners, the course seeks to provide practical litigation exercises. The course guides the students through all phases of an ITC investigation and includes practical exercises in discovery, motions practice, and oral argument.
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First Class Readings
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