international trade and IP

Prof. Peter K. Yu

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University

Spring 2003


 

 

course description

This seminar examines the international intellectual property system and its implications for international trade.  It reviews key multilateral regimes, including TRIPs, NAFTA, and the EC Treaty, as well as the basic structure of the dispute settlement procedure of the World Trade Organization.  The seminar also explores whether harmonization of intellectual property systems among countries of different traditions and levels of economic development is justified, and the forums and processes through which such harmonization should be undertaken.

Each participant of the seminar is required to make a presentation to the seminar and write a research paper on a topic approved by the instructor.  The research paper should constitute original research and be at least 25 pages.  This seminar fulfills the writing requirement.

Prerequisite or Co-requisite for J.D. students:  Copyright, Patent Law, Trademark Law, or International Trade. 

Prerequisite or Co-requisite for LL.M. students:  No.

This seminar will be limited to 25 students.

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