This course introduces students to statutory and common law concerning business and consumer transactions. An overview of the laws of contracts and torts forms the basis of business and producer/consumer relationships. Discussion topics include sale of goods and consumer protection legislation; debtor-creditor relations; competition law; intellectual property rights and manufacturers' product liability.
(8 weeks, 320 hours, Full Time)
Intensive experience with a law firm or legal public or government agency. The purpose of a Law internship is to gain full-time practical work experience to apply and further your understanding of the legal term and topics covered in the law. During the internship, the student will remain in contact with the College and the designated internship Coordinator/Supervisor. The student will create a weekly log and summary of work activity. A final report is also required. In the course of the internship, the student must not violate the company’s policies on intellectual property and/or confidentiality and must abide by all other relevant government and company policies. A mandatory advisement appointment with the College is required prior to registration.
This course explores, defines and explains the meaning of intellectual property, the international framework and municipal laws , patentability , patents` use , grants, infringement and revocation, copyright and related issues , designs registered or unregistered, trademarks and other image rights , confidentiality and trade secrets, computer technology and intellectual property and remedies in intellectual property litigation.