Spring 2018 • Law 673 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Julianne Davis
Developments in patent law including patentable subject matter, requirements for patentability and infringement, the process of obtaining and enforcing a patent, and contemporary controversies in patent law, such as ethical and economic objections to biotechnology and software patents.
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