Professors James Grimmelman, Dan Hunter, Beth Noveck, Rudolph Peritz
Survey of general principles of copyright, patent, and trademark law. Covers issues of subject matter, scope of protection, and remedies under each of the federal statutes and related state theories of protection, including rights in books, music, art, drama, inventions, computer programs, and other trade products. Students learn the interrelationship among these different forms of intellectual property protection. This is the fundamental introductory course for intellectual property and information law.