LAW 6225: Winning Patent Litigation

2 Credits

The course focuses on practical litigation strategy in the context of patent litigation. It uses patent litigation as a vehicle for seeing how parties develop a winning strategy for a variety of complex legal issues, including choice of law, personal jurisdiction, subject matter jurisdiction, venue, and certain patent-specific issues, such as claim construction. A general understanding of patent law is helpful but not mandatory.

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