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COMPARATIVE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW(4)

This course aims to develop the basic understanding of the intellectual property law in modern society. It covers the fundamental doctrines of intellectual property rights law from different perspectives and is designed to serve as a basic course for those who wish to specialize in this field. Topics will include Patent Law, Trademark and Unfair Competition Law , Copyright law (on the basis of different semesters). Students will learn about national and international grant, enforcement and defense of intellectual property rights, as well as judicial interpretation by multi-jurisdictions.

Course Goal
A. To Match up the Long-term Development of Science fields of NCKU.
C. To Match up the Needs of Integration of Technology, Law and Other Disciplines
I. To strengthen Graduate Students’ Competitiveness in Workplace.
G. To Continue the Interdisciplinary Researches of Laws and Science and Technology of the LL.M. Programs
H. To Conduct Comparative Researchesof Foreign Laws
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Knowledge of Law
  • Knowledge of Humanities
  • Knowledge of Languages
  • [Competence]
  • Basic Knowledge of Law and the Ability of Reasoning
  • Ability to Conduct Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Ability to Conduct Comparative Legal Studies
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    0109/1 U275240 [LAW7769]COMPARATIVE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW(4) 2.0 N