|Course Title:||Intellectual Property Law for Entrepreneurs|
|Faculty Package / Core / Elective:||Major Elective|
|Year of Study:||Year 3 or above|
|Pre-requisit::||Not for students who have taken LAWS1010 or LAWS1020 or LAWS1041.|
Mr. Paul Joel SCHMIDT
This is an overview course covering the basics of intellectual property (IP) law. This course is designed for non-law students who are interested in the IP challenges faced by entrepreneurs and managers in various industries. The course begins with policy rationales underlying the IP laws. It covers the basics of copyright, patent, trade mark, and trade secret, as well as some of the main controversies in IP law, including but not limited to patent protection for software, the challenges to copyright law posed by file-sharing and other digital technologies, the protection of trade marks on the Internet, and the management of know-how and other confidential information.
Not for students who have taken LAWS1010 or LAWS1020 or LAWS1041.
|Offering Year:||2018/19 onwards|
Note: Course details and requirement are to be updated from time to time. Students are advised to visit this website and CUSIS for the most updated information.