Law 660:

Trademark Law in Practice (1.0-4.0 units)

A rigorous introduction to a law of trademarks. A trademark can be any word, symbol, design, sound fragrance or product configuration that is used to distinguish the goods or services of one person from those of another, and to indicate the origin of the goods or services. Prerequisite: LAW 772 or LAW 841.
  • Prerequisite: 1 from (LAW 772 or LAW 841)
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Gerontology/Juris Doctor, Law, Juris Doctor/Business Administration, Law/Business Taxation, Juris Doctor/Communication Management, Juris Doctor/Communications Management, Law/Economics, Law/International Relations, Juris Doctor/Public Administration, Juris Doctor/Pharmacy, Juris Doctor/Public Policy, Juris Doctor/Political Science, Law/Philosophy, Law/Real Estate Development, Law/Religion, Juris Doctor/Religion and Social Ethics, Law/Social Work
SectionSessionUnitsTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
03324D9412.0Lecture5:00-6:50pmMonday7 of 20Christopher Larkin,
Kenneth Wilton,
Laura Estrada
LAW1session dates
04166R9682.0Lecture5:00-6:50pmMonday4 of 11Christopher Larkin,
Kenneth Wilton,
Laura Estrada
LAW1session dates
Information accurate as of October 3, 2018 10:51 am.
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