Legal Values: Litigating Intellectual Property Cases

Fall 2021 Course “Legal Values: Litigating Intellectual Property Cases

Fall 2021: Wednesdays from 10:30-12:30

We are thrilled to share an exciting Fall Seminar course open to 2L and 3L Osgoode students. Prof David Vaver and Justice Roger Hughes will be teaching “Legal Values: Litigating Intellectual Property Cases” on Wednesday mornings from 10:30am – 12:30pm.

In this three-credit course, students will learn about enforcing and maximizing intellectual property rights throughout the litigation process in Canada from the perspectives of both IP rights-holders and users. The students will learn about all stages of the Federal Court litigation process, from advising clients to writing judgements, before preparing for and participating in a moot.

Osgoode students have a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn about IP litigation from two of the world’s leading experts in IP. For more information about the course, click here.