Syllabus LAW 723 winter2013

entertainment sports law computer games e mail domain

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Unformatted text preview: Schedule of Lectures and Tutorials Dates 1 14 Jan th Topic Required Reading Introduction to Law Overview of Intellectual Property Materials posted on BlackBoard 2 Recommended Reading McInnes Chapter 18 st Patent Law th Trademark Law Trade Secrets, Confidential Information QUIZ 15% Copyright 2 21 Jan 3 28 Jan 4 4 Feb 5 11 Feb 6 18 Feb th 25 Feb 7 4 Mar 8 9 11 Mar th 18 Mar 10 25 Mar 11 1 Apr 12 8 Apr th th th th th th st th Materials posted on BlackBoard Materials posted on BlackBoard Materials posted on BlackBoard Materials posted on BlackBoard READING WEEK Copyright cont. Licences (Technology Transfer) Anti- Competition Privacy Access to Information MID TERM EXAM 35% Privacy (cont.) Entertainment / Sports Law /Computer Games E- mail / Domain Names Internet Regulation Jurisdiction SPAM / Net Neutrality Torts / Reputational Harm / Defamation & the Net International Treaties & Issues FINAL EXAM 50% McInnes Chapter 18 McInnes Chapter 18 Materials posted on BlackBoard Materials posted on BlackBoard McInnes Chapter 18 McInnes Chapter 19 Materials posted on BlackBoard Materials posted on BlackBoard Materials posted on BlackBoard Materials posted on BlackBoard McInnes Chapter 19 McInnes Chapter 19 McInnes Chapter 19 TEACHING METHODS Instruction is based primarily on classroom lectures and discussions of assigned cases through a Socratic based approach. This means students must be prepared to answer— as well as ask questions— on the day’s topics. Consequently a student is expected to be current on th...
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