The protections afforded under trademark law have created incredible value in intangible assets, with the value of the world’s most valuable brands such as Amazon, Apple and Google each exceeding $100 billion. But what exactly is trademark law, and how is such enormous value created?
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The teaching is exceptionally good. I am not a law student but understood it well. The content presentation of the trademark law course is really fantastic and should be appreciated well.
Excellent professor and interesting material. The reading assignments were wonderful, with hard core information sprinkled with some humorous stuff.
Excellently delivered by our instructor. I learned a lot and gained a deeper understanding in Trademark Law which is important in my present role.
Interesting subject matter and very knowledgeable instructor. I would recommend this to anyone interested in marketing and Trademark Law
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Intellectual property is the currency of the tech world. The pharmaceutical patent for Lipitor generated over $100 billion in revenue, the copyright for the Harry Potter franchise has generated over $25 billion to date, and the trademarked brands of the world’s largest tech companies now eclipse $100 billion in value. But what makes these intangible assets so valuable?