CourseGlobal Antitrust & Intellectual Property - Law 655S
Instructor Barak Y. Orbach   View Faculty Page
Emailorbach@law.arizona.edu
Units 2 - Graded
Prerequisites: None 
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Overview

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

Materials will be provided.

 
Course Format  
Written Assignments None. 
Type of Exam Short essay. Open Book. 
Basis for grading Final Exam. 
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