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Eli Broad College of Business

Intellectual Property Violations Defined

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USD 250

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  • Classify and describe primary intellectual property protections and their respective definitions, relating specifically to US federal law
  • Identify intellectual property infringement
  • Explain the impact of counterfeit goods on industry, society, and consumers

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School of Continuing Studies

XBUS-802 - Property, People, and Litigation

Next dates

Nov 15—23, 2019
4 daysModules info
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 1055
USD 263 per day


Students will be exposed to areas involving intellectual property, conducting business on the Internet, Employment Law, and a broad overview of litigation. Concerning intellectual property, students will explore the subject matter protected by patent law, trademark law, and copyright law. In addition, students will examine some of the pitfalls that may arise when conducting business on the Internet. Still further, students will confront some of the impacts of employment law on businesses today. Finally, students will review some of the common issues that businesses might encounter if faced with litigation

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, successful students will be able to:

  • Differentiate how intellectual property is protected
  • Recognize the risks of conducting business on the Internet
  • Identify how employment law impacts business
  • Discuss how litigation can impact the business