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In our modern technologically-based economy, the creation and enforcement of patent rights can make or break a business. With record numbers of patents being issued every year, the stakes for inventors (and, indeed, their lawyers) continue to increase, even as the patent law and its administration faces growing criticism.

This course seeks to equip students with a detailed overview of the law and policy of the United States patent system.

Patent Law & Policy | University of Pennsylvania Law School University of Pennsylvania

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In our modern technologically-based economy, the creation and enforcement of patent rights can make or break a business. With record numbers of patents being issued every year, the stakes for inventors (and, indeed, their lawyers) continue to increase, even as the patent law and its administration faces growing criticism.

This course seeks to equip students with a detailed overview of the law and policy of the United States patent system.

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harold h ,

2013 audio and video are working

Avoid 2009,2010,2011, as the video does not play, and anyways patent law has changed dramatically

E-moneytown ,

Incomplete. 2015 now on YouTube

These 2013 classes 1-13 look good with excellent audio and no pesky student interruptions. The class abruptly stops halfway through the semester. Refrences are made to later classes, but they are not on iTunesU. It looks like the prof Wagner is now posting the 2015 classes on YouTube under PennLawPatentLaw. (and not on iTunesU.)

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