|Course||Global Antitrust & Intellectual Property - Law 655S|
|Instructor||Barak Y. Orbach View Faculty Page|
|Units||2 - Graded|
In today’s global economy, many transactions and disputes involve interrelated antitrust and intellectual property issues. Examples include transactions in intellectual property rights, R&D joint ventures, business practices that are designed to protect intellectual property, and business practices that aim at maximizing profits from trade in intellectual-property protected products.
This course will examine the intersection of antitrust and intellectual-property laws, its traditional applications, and contemporary applications in global markets. The course will review antitrust principles and their applications in creative industries.
Materials will be provided.
|Type of Exam||Short essay. Open Book.|
|Basis for grading||Final Exam.|