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Course Overview Entertainment law is a blend of various practice areas including litigation, contract law, business law, intellectual property, laborlaw, and at times criminal law. This on-line course will focus on the intellectual property and ethical aspects of entertainment law.
Primer on Intellectual Property
Course Overview The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with the fundamentals of intellectual property (IP) law. Students will be introduced to the four primary fields within intellectual property: trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets.
Course Overview This 60 minute on-demand course will discuss the various laws, policies, and regulations that govern the media. The media play such a critical role in U.S. society that their right to contribute to public debate is guaranteed by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. However, in a country here the media are in private hands, there is also potential for abuse of power by media owners. So, perhaps more than any other industry, the media are guided within a fabric of policies, laws, technical standards, and self-regulation.
Course Overview In this course we will analyze the music industry’s ongoing struggle to restrict digital piracy by introducing increase copyright protections, subscription streaming services, and digital downloading. The course will also summarize the technological changes in recording music that occurred from the debut of the phonograph to the introduction of digital recording
Course Overview Although, almost all practice areas are incorporated within sports law the primary focus of this session will be on intellectual property and sports crimes. Sports is big business and heavily relies on various intellectual property devices to protect everything from team mascots to tennis shoes. Due to the aggressive nature of some sports and the competitiveness that it fosters in fans there are crimes that are committed by sports players and fans.
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