Stanford Law School has kindly provided us with a special IP Nexus offer for their summer program for international lawyers ‘Understanding US Intellectual Property Law ‘ to be held August 3-7, 2015.
With particular focus on high tech IP issues, the summer program is an opportunity to learn from one of the world’s most renowned law schools and leading practitioners in Silicon Valley. Participants will receive a Stanford Law School Program Certificate.
Please visit www.law.stanford.edu/ipsp for further information on the program and to register. To redeem this offer and receive a special 10% discount on tuition fees for the summer program, simply use the IP Nexus code: IPNEXUS
Understanding US Intellectual Property Law – Summer Program 2015
August 3-7, 2015
Stanford Law School
Silicon Valley, California
The summer program will cover topics such as
• Introduction to U.S. IP law and its international interface
• Copyright and the internet
• Trademarks: Brand protection in the U.S. and around the world
• Trademarks on the internet
• Trade secrets
• IP licensing, technology transfer, antitrust concerns
• Managing U.S. international technology transfer transactions
• IP litigation
• Tax implications
• Silicon Valley company visits
*Program topics are subject to change.
International lawyers, who wish to gain a deeper understanding of U.S. IP law and high-tech IP issues. U.S. lawyers are welcome as well.
Stanford Law School is a nationally and internationally leading law school. Its Program in Law, Science & Technology (LST) was ranked the number one intellectual property law program by U.S. News & World Report in 2014. The Law, Science & Technology Program has a long-standing tradition of sharing its expertise in IP and tech law with lawyers from around the world. In an effort to further promote the understanding of the world’s IP law regimes, Stanford Law School has now established an intensive one-week certificate program on U.S. IP law for international lawyers.