Although the schedule can change, we are tentatively offering Cyberlaw from an International Perspective (1 credit), Introduction to International IP (1 credit), Comparative Copyright (1 credit), and European Private Law and IP (1 credit). Biographies for faculty will be available when the 2015 faculty is announced.
University of Rijeka School of Tourism Hospitality, Opatija, July 13 - July 31
- Comparative Principles of Copyright (1 credit)
- European Private Law and Intellectual Property (1 credit)
- Topics in Cyberlaw from an International Perspective (1 credit)
- Topics in International IP (1 credit)
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Topics in Cyberlaw from an International Perspective
This course will cover international aspects of cyber law, including problems in international jurisdiction, the Convention on Cybercrime, the role of ICAAN in Internet regulation, and Internet Domain Name resolution process. Additional topics will include transnational libel and internet disclosure regimes.
Topics in International IP
This course will introduce international and U.S. copyright, patent, trademark, and trade secret law. It will cover the TRIPS Agreement; the TRIPS dispute resolution process; exhaustion of trademark rights; exhaustion of copyright and patent rights; rights in data; bio-piracy; and, geographical indications.
Topics in Comparative Copyright
This course will cover basic theories of copyright protection, comparing economic incentives and authors’ desert as the foundation for protection. We will introduce the basic principles of copyrightable subject matter, including originality, the idea/expression dichotomy, and the protection of useful articles. The course will also cover transnational enforcement of copyright, including treaty obligations under WIPO.
Topics in European Private Law and Intellectual Property Law
This course is intended to provide students with the basic knowledge and general understanding of fundamental concepts in European private law and particularly in European intellectual property law. Where appropriate, the course includes comparisons to U.S. law. In addition, the course aims at identifying specific issues in the field of IP which emerged in the course of Croatian preparation for the accession to the European Union.