Patent Litigation Workshop


Course Code:
LAW 322
Law Mandatory P/R/F


This course simulates the strategy and pretrial preparation of a patent lawsuit. The course materials include information typical to a patent lawsuit: a patent, file history, prior art, and information regarding the accused product. Students will represent either the patentee or the accused infringer. Students will plan litigation strategy, meet with and advise a client, conduct written discovery, take and defend depositions, and brief and argue claim construction and motions for summary judgment. Some knowledge of patent law is presumed. Special Instructions: IP: Patents (Law 326) is a prerequisite for this course, but can be taken coterminously. Students must attend the first class session (or contact the instructor) or they will be dropped from the class or waitlist. Elements used in grading: Attendance, participation, writing assignments, exercises and oral arguments. Writing (W) credit is for students entering prior to Autumn 2012.

Past Offerings

2014-2015 Spring

Patent Litigation Workshop LAW 322 Section 01 Class #30127

  • 3 Units
  • Enrollment Limitations: Lottery 16

Notes: Professional Skills Requirement for Law Degree. Writing Requirement for Law Degree. Professional Writing Requirement for Law Degree.

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