Prerequisites: Contract Law required. Some familiarity with Intellectual Property Law is highly
The purpose of this course is to give students practical experience in drafting documents used in commercial transactions in which intellectual property forms a significant portion of the basis of the transaction. The course will add to students' practical familiarity with laws governing commercial transactions involving intellectual property. Students will draft a license of technology (patents and trade secrets) in the pre-commercialization phase as well as engaging in a simulated sale by initial investors of a start-up business having a successful, newly commercialized product. The grade for the course will be based on the two drafting exercises as well as class participation.