Copyright and Transborder Litigation
15 credits cr.
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The course Copyright and Transborder Litigation provides a further specialisation in the field of copyright law and transborder litigation, with a focus on the challenges raised by the exploitation of works in digital environments.
The course Copyright and Transborder Litigation is given within the framework of the Master of Laws Programme in European Intellectual Property Law at the Department of Law, Stockholm University.
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This course is the second course in the Master of Laws Programme in European Intellectual Property Law. It is an elective course. The course aims to provide insight into the development of new copyright law, the extent of copyright protection in the digital society, infringement, and jurisdiction and litigation when infringement of rights occurs, particularly online. The course also discusses alternative or additional means of protection such as contracts and so-called technological protection measures, as well as traditional and modern protections against infringements of copyrights. The ease of mobility across borders and availability through the internet requires taking into account the rules and approaches of private international law when analysing copyright issues.
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Course description (123 Kb)
Instruction comprises 10 weeks of full-time studies and consists of lectures, seminars, group instruction and moot court exercises. The language of instruction is English.
Examination occurs through composition of memoranda, oral argumentation and active participation in seminars and moot court exercises. When the student has completed elements in a group, the individual student's fulfilment of goals is checked through identification of that student's contribution to memoranda as well as through questions at seminars.
ScheduleThe schedule will be available no later than one month before the start of the course. We do not recommend print-outs as changes can occur. At the start of the course, your department will advise where you can find your schedule during the course.
Note that the course literature can be changed up to two months before the start of the course.
During the course, registered students will receive additional course information on the Athena learning platform.
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