Business Intellectual Property
Cover copyright issues such as infringements and moral rights. Look closely at Australian and international policies. Interrogate franchising and licensing practices. Review the approaches businesses can take to protect their intellectual property.
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- 02 Mar 2020
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- explain the international and domestic policies that underpin the protection of intellectual property rights
- explain the impact of international and domestic cultural perspectives on the protection of intellectual property rights
- analyse and interpret the relevant statutory and common law regimes that protect intellectual property rights
- apply relevant legal concepts and principles to analyse and solve hypothetical problems or case studies.
- Trade Mark
- Passing Off, Consumer Protection and Domain Names
- Confidential Information
- Copyright I (Basic Concepts and Subsistence of Copyright)
- Copyright II (Exploitation, Infringement, Exceptions and Remedies)
- Copyright III (Digital Agenda, Moral and Related Rights) and Designs
- Commercializing IP
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Standard Media
- Web links
You are recommended to have completed the following subjects(s) or have equivalent knowledge before starting this subject:
- CUR-BLW14-Business Law
- OtherDetails -
- Additional materials
This subject provides an overview of copyright, design, patent and trademark legislation and an examination of how businesses can protect their intellectual property. It also introduces the common law torts of breach of confidence and passing off and some of the cultural implications associated with intellectual property rights.
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- Problem based assignment (20%)
- Written assessment (30%)
- Invigilated Exam-Final examination (50%)
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