LAWS 2170 ‑ Information Technology Transactions
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course will focus on practical and substantive issues relating to the development, negotiation, and drafting of commercial agreements involving information technology and intangible assets. Topics will include licensing, distribution, and marketing agreements, together with issues pertaining to the commercialization, financing and acquisition of intellectual property. Students are partly evaluated through role assignments in which they prepare, negotiate, and finalize technology agreements.
ENROLMENT: Limited to 16 students.
Co-requisite(s): Business Associations (LAWS 2002).
Assessment Method: Two 40% written assignments and a 20% closed book test. This class does not meet the major paper requirement.
Restrictions: This course is restricted to Third Year students only. Students cannot take both Information Technology Transactions and Corporate Transactions (LAWS 2129).