New Lawyer Education Boot Camp: Intellectual Property (March 2016) [C16322]

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Seminar Date: March 22, 2016
List Price:$70.00
This seminar took place on March 22, 2016 in Seattle, WA.

Product Description:

If you are a business or transactional lawyer, or a lawyer whose clients’ business and trade assets include intellectual property, this coursebook is for you. Intellectual Property (IP) is a term referencing a collection of rights including copyright law, trademarks and trade secrets, patent law and licensing, that are often present in business context, and are sometimes tricky to navigate, especially when these rights are not inhert, and must be obtained and protected. This material will cover the different rights granted under the IP umbrella with a focus on recognizing IP issues, the process by which one may obtain rights, how to protect and enforce the protection when facing an infringer.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: What is Intellectual Property
John Christopher Lynch

Chapter 2: Recognizing IP Issues at the Beginning
Shirley J. Roberson
James Haugen

Chapter 3: Obtaining Rights
Danielle M. Teagarden

Chapter 4: Protections
Michael G. Atkins

Chapter 5: Enforcement
James Haugen

Coursebook contains 189 pages