University of New Hampshire

School of Law

Copyright & Trademark Litigation Strategies

As the commercial value of brands and creative works grow, effective enforcement of the intellectual property rights relating to those brands and creative works is becoming more important. At the same time, intellectual property litigation is becoming more expensive and complex, forcing transactional and litigation lawyers to develop better case assessment and dispute resolution techniques and strategies. This course will provide students with a basic insight into the process of copyright and trademark litigation, from the inception of a case through its progress at various stages in federal court. Real-life documents, case law and examples will be used to enable students to analyze copyright and trademark enforcement problems, with a view toward developing the skills necessary to counsel clients through the litigation process.




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