Copyrights for Business Leaders, Engineers, and Inventors

What you must know as a business or corporate leader in the 21st century.

Join us into one of the world’s leading intellectual property strategists and Lincoln Law School Associate Dean, Britten Sessions, as he breaks down what every modern business leader should know to protect their ideas and maintain their edge.

What you’ll learn

  • In this course, you will learn the difference between patenting, copyright, trademark, and trade secrets protection, as well as:.
  • What it means to create a copyright.
  • The basics to protecting your creation from piracy.
  • The ins and outs on how to register your copyright.
  • How to protect your project when someone infringes on your copyright without going to court.

Course Content

  • Introduction to Intellectual Property: Overview –> 1 lecture • 21min.
  • Copyrights –> 8 lectures • 1hr 56min.

Copyrights for Business Leaders, Engineers, and Inventors

Requirements

  • There are no prerequisites for this course..
  • A technical background is NOT required..
  • A legal background is NOT required..

Join us into one of the world’s leading intellectual property strategists and Lincoln Law School Associate Dean, Britten Sessions, as he breaks down what every modern business leader should know to protect their ideas and maintain their edge.

Copyrights for Business is a course providing an introduction to intellectual property, with a specific focus on copyrights. Learn how to protect your ideas in the fast-paced modern era. You will also learn:

  • The difference between patenting, copyright, trademark, and trade secrets protection
  • What it means to create a copyright
  • The basics to protecting your creation from piracy
  • The ins and outs on how to register your copyright
  • How to protect your project when someone infringes on your copyright without going to court

Gain insight into Copyrights through actual law school course lectures given by Professor Sessions. Topics include:

  • Overview and Statutory basis,
  • Originality,
  • Works of authorship fixation,
  • Excluded subject matter,
  • Obtaining protection,
  • Enforcement of rights and
  • Comparison of patents.

After each lecture, there will also be a review question that will help you test your comprehension of the subject matter.

This course is designed for anyone interested in intellectual property, from business leaders, entrepreneurs, and project managers to engineers, inventors, and scientists.

Copyrights for Business is provided in partnership between Professor Britten Sessions, Lincoln Law School, and Lincoln Licensing LLC.

 

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