LAW-2373 Trade Secrets Law
Mr. John R. Bauer,
2 credits day; 2 credits evening.
The course covers theoretical and practical application of trade secret law, including: trade secrets in relation to other intellectual property (IP) forms such as patents and copyrights, covenants not to compete, related unfair competition such as solicitation of employees, customers or vendors, slander, hacking sabotage, identify theft; access controls of telecommunication, exploiting trade secrets and related rights via licensing, internal use, joint ventures, enforcing trade secret and other IP rights in civil, criminal and agency proceedings and defenses; government regulation of trade secrets, international and Internet dimensions, creating and implementing trade secret programs and definition of today's cutting edge issues. There will be some mock trial, counseling and negotiation sessions, but most sessions will be of seminar discussion form with pre-assigned leaders from the class.
Meets Intellectual Property Concentration Requirements
Final Exam Required
<<Course Updated: March 14, 2016>>