596
LWPA

International Intellectual Property

Law School Description

International Intellectual Property is a primer on the World Intellectual Property Organization and the treaties it administers. The course will explore the various international legislative and judicial developments in intellectual property as well as analyze international methods to harmonize several regional and national laws to protect rights in trademarks, patents, and copyrights. In addition, students are exposed to issues of territoriality and jurisdiction, international antitrust issues, and international dispute resolution, and human rights implications of international intellectual property rights protections.

UH Mānoa Catalog Description

Primer on the World Intellectual Property Organization and the treaties it administers. Will explore the various international legislative and judicial developments in intellectual property as well as analyze international methods to harmonize several regional and national laws to protect rights in trademarks, patents, and copyrights. Students will be exposed to issues of territoriality and jurisdiction, international antitrust issues, and international dispute resolution, and human rights implications of international intellectual property rights protections. Pre: LAW 535.

Typical Course Credit

3

Credit Limit

3

Repeat Limit

Not Repeatable

Instructor Approval

No

Competition

No

Assigned Sections

No

Bar Course

No

Clinical Requirement

No

Certificate(s)

Native Hawaiian Law
Pacific-Asian Law

Category

Business/Commercial
International Law/PALS

Prerequisites/Recommended

Semesters Offered

Tentative Course Rotation

Full Time
Annually
Spring
Part Time
Varies
Spring

Effective Since

Spring
1987

Offering

Regular

Schedule Type

Seminar (SEM)

Major Restrictions

Law