1. Intellectual property, created by teachers or collaborators or by students working in academic research or other university projects, is owned by the university when it is created: THIS CLASS IS RESTRICTED for students who have formally applied to and have been accepted to the Startup Law Clinic. The Startup Law Clinic is a year-round clinic that offers students the opportunity to work for real clients in a large number of issues that entrepreneurs typically encounter when setting up new businesses, such as business choices. B, capital structure, capital allocation and remuneration, intellectual property ownership and licensing, financing and employment agreements. Students also learn first-hand, through their client work, the ethical rules of professional responsibility for the representation of individuals, including the identification of the client, the identification of potential conflicts of interest and the advice to clients and associates regarding the nature and impact of the relationship between the lawyer and the client. In addition to their fieldwork, students attend a weekly seminar that develops concepts and skills to support their work in the field. The seminar includes in-depth presentations, discussions and welcoming speakers led by students, as well as students who present and discuss their current client affairs. The clinic meets for two semesters, with more advanced seminar themes and increased responsibility for cases that occur during the spring semester. PRE/CO-ACCESSOIRES: companies. Students are also strongly encouraged to participate in the convention and some IP courses (ip survey courses and/or other specialized courses). NOTE: This clinic is one of 6 credit learning requirements. GRADANT NOTICE: This course does not offer the CR/NC/H option.
This seminar will examine how the Internet has challenged both theory and intellectual property law. Instead of looking at the landscape in depth, we will look closely at a number of issues that have particularly challenged the courts, legislators and theorists. Some topics are defined before courses begin, but may include the treatment of intermediaries through copyright (such as YouTube, file-sharing services and online service providers); Confirm the obligations of auction sites and other online services in the event of trademark infringement by their users; The scope of fair protection of the use of user-generated content; Patent protection for internet technologies and business methods. The grades are based on a combination of written exercises (each week) and oral presentations (once for each student). Student participation is necessary and is taken into account in the course grade.