Trademark Law (LAW-609-001)
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This course is designed to prepare students to practice trademark law in the U.S. The course will cover all of the topics that a practitioner will encounter including non-traditional marks, distinctiveness, priority, registration, infringement, dilution, defenses, remedies, domain names, and right of publicity. Students will become familiar with the Lanham Act and be exposed to current issues in the law. Students will ultimately be able to critically evaluate both trademark protection strategies and trademark policy.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Barton Beebe, Trademark Law: An Open-Source Casebook (version 6.0, July 2019) (“Casebook”). It is available for free here: http://tmcasebook.org/
First Class Readings
Casebook p. 11-31.
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