Stefan Bechtold: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2016

NameHerr Prof. Dr. Stefan Bechtold
LehrgebietImmaterialgüterrecht
Adresse
Professur f. Intellectual Property
ETH Zürich, IFW E 47.2
Haldeneggsteig 4
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telefon+41 44 632 26 70
E-Mailsbechtold@ethz.ch
URLhttp://www.ip.ethz.ch
DepartementGeistes-, Sozial- und Staatswissenschaften
BeziehungOrdentlicher Professor

NummerTitelECTSUmfangDozierende
851-0708-00LGrundzüge des Rechts Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Grundzüge des Rechts als GESS-Pflichtwahlfach:
Studierende, die die Vorlesung "Grundzüge des Rechts für Architektur" (851-0703-01L), "Grundzüge des Rechts für Bauwissenschaften" (851-0703-03L) oder "Grundzüge des Rechts" (851-0703-00) belegt haben oder belegen werden, sollen sich in dieser Lerneinheit nicht einschreiben.
Besonders geeignet für Studierende D-HEST, D-MAVT, D-MATL, D-USYS
Die Veranstaltung ist ausgebucht.
2 KP2VS. Bechtold
KurzbeschreibungDie Vorlesung führt in Grundzüge der Rechtsordnung ein. Neben dem Verfassungs- und Verwaltungsrecht werden Fragen des Vertragsrechts, der ausservertraglichen Haftung, des Gesellschaftsrechts und des Prozessrechts behandelt.
LernzielEinführung in Grundfragen des öffentlichen und des Privatrechts als Grundlage für weitergehende rechtswissenschaftliche Lehrveranstaltungen.
Inhalt1. Öffentliches Recht
Staatsrecht: Funktion und Quellen des Rechts, Aufbau und Organisation des Staates, Grundrechte, Grundzüge des Völker- und Europarechts. Verwaltungsrecht: Verwaltungsverhältnis, Verfügung, Verwaltungsorganisation, Durchsetzung des Verwaltungsrechts, Verwaltungsverfahrensrecht, Grundzüge des Polizei-, Umwelt- und Raumplanungsrechts.

2. Privatrecht
Vertragsrecht: Vertragsfreiheit, Vertragsentstehung, -erfüllung und -verletzung, Grundzüge des Kauf- und Mietvertrags. Haftungsrecht: Verschuldenshaftung und Kausalhaftung, Beschränkung der Haftung. Grundzüge des Gesellschafts- und Zivilprozessrechts.
SkriptAuf der Moodle-Plattform verfügbar.
LiteraturWeiterführende Informationen sind auf der Moodle-Lernumgebung zur Vorlesung erhältlich (s. http://www.ip.ethz.ch/education/grundzuege).
851-0732-01LWorkshop and Lecture Series in Law and Economics Information 2 KP2SS. Bechtold, G. Hertig
KurzbeschreibungThe Workshop and Lectures Series in Law and Economics is a joint seminar of ETH Zurich and the Universities of Basel, Lucerne, St. Gallen and Zurich. Legal, economics, and psychology scholars will give a lecture and/or present their current research. All speakers are internationally well-known experts from Europe, the U.S. and beyond.
LernzielAfter the workshop and lecture series, participants should be acquainted with interdisciplinary approaches in law and economics. They should also have an overview of current topics of international research in this area.
InhaltThe workshop and lecture series will present a mix of speakers who represent the wide range of current social science research methods applied to law. In particular, theoretical models, empirical and experimental research as well as legal research methods will be represented. This series is held each spring semester. In the fall semester, the series is complemented by two specialized law-and-economics series, one on law & finance and one on innovation.
SkriptTo be discussed papers are posted in advance on the course web page (http://www.lawecon.ethz.ch/workshop-and-lecture-series/lawecon.html).
LiteraturCooter, Robert and Tom Ulen (2011), Law and Economics, 6th ed. Addision and Wesley;
Lawless, Robert, Robbennolt, Jennifer & Ulen, Thomas (2010), Empirical Methods in Law, Wolters Kluwer;
Posner, Richard (2011), Economic Analysis of Law, 8th ed. Aspen Publishers;
Dau-Schmidt K. (2002). Law and Economics: Empirical Dimensions. In: Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds). International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier;
Jolls, Christine, Caas R. Sunstein & Richard Thaler (1998). A Behavioral Approach to Law and Economics. Stanford Law Review 50(5): 1471-1550;
Newman, Peter (ed.) (1998). The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, Macmillan;
Polinsky A. Mitchell and Steven M. Shavell (2002). Law: Economics of its Public Enforcement. In: Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds). International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier;
Polinsky, A. Mitchell (1989). An Introduction to Law and Economics, 2nd ed., Aspen Law and Business;
Schäfer, Hans-Bernd and Claus Ott (2005), Lehrbuch der ökonomischen Analyse des Zivilrechts, 4th ed. Springer;
Shavell, Steven M (2004), Foundations of Economic Analysis of Law, Harvard University Press.
851-0732-03LIntellectual Property: An Introduction Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Besonders geeignet für Studierende D-ARCH, D-BIOL, D-CHAB, D-INFK, D-ITET, D-MAVT, D- MATL, D-MTEC
Die Veranstaltung ist ausgebucht
2 KP2VS. Bechtold
KurzbeschreibungThe course introduces students to the basics of the intellectual property system and of innovation policy. Areas covered include patent, copyright, trademark, design, know-how protection, open source, and technology transfer. The course looks at Swiss, European, U.S. and international law and uses examples from a broad range of technologies. Insights can be used in academia, industry or start-ups.
LernzielIntellectual property issues become more and more important in our society. In order to prepare students for their future challenges in research, industry or start-ups, this course introduces them to the foundations of the intellectual property system. The course covers patent, copyright, trademark, design, know-how protection, open source, and technology transfer law. It explains links to contract, antitrust, Internet, privacy and communications law where appropriate. While the introduction to these areas of the law is designed at a general level, examples and case studies come from various jurisdictions, including Switzerland, the European Union, the United States, and international law.

In addition, the course introduces students to the fundamentals of innovation policy. After exposing students to the economics of intellectual property protection, the course asks questions such as: Why do states grant property rights in inventions? Has the protection of intellectual property gone too far? How do advances in biotechnology and the Internet affect the intellectual property system? What is the relationship between open source, open access and intellectual property? What alternatives to intellectual property protection exist?

Knowing how the intellectual property system works and what kind of protection is available is useful for all students who are interested in working in academia, industry or in starting their own company. Exposing students to the advantages and disadvantages of the intellectual property system enables them to participate in the current policy discussions on intellectual property, innovation and technology law. The course will include practical examples and case studies as well as guest speakers from industry and private practice.
851-0740-00LInternet Architecture & Policy Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Number of participants limited to 20
3 KP2SS. Bechtold, T. Roscoe
KurzbeschreibungThis course examines and critiques the design of the Internet, with a focus on the connection between the engineering features and principles of the network and the legal, economic, and political concerns which have followed its evolution.
LernzielThis course examines and critiques the design of the Internet (broadly defined), with a focus on the connection between the engineering features and principles of the network (packet switching, global addressing, the end-to-end argument, etc.) and the legal, economic, and political concerns which have followed its evolution (security properties, censorship and censorship resistance, "net neutrality", etc.). No prior knowledge of networking technologies is required; conversely the course will focus only on those features of the Internet design which have strong political and legal implications (and vice versa). The course consists of two parts: lectures and seminars in one part provide an introduction and discussion of the technical, legal, and political aspects of the Internet design. The other part consists of a specific case study of some aspect of the Internet by individual students.
860-0018-00LInternet Architecture & Policy (with Case Study) Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen 6 KP4SS. Bechtold, T. Roscoe
KurzbeschreibungThis course examines and critiques the design of the Internet, with a focus on the connection between the engineering features and principles of the network and the legal, economic, and political concerns which have followed its evolution.
LernzielThis course examines and critiques the design of the Internet (broadly defined), with a focus on the connection between the engineering features and principles of the network (packet switching, global addressing, the end-to-end argument, etc.) and the legal, economic, and political concerns which have followed its evolution (security properties, censorship and censorship resistance, "net neutrality", etc.). No prior knowledge of networking technologies is required; conversely the course will focus only on those features of the Internet design which have strong political and legal implications (and vice versa). The course consists of two parts: lectures and seminars in one part provide an introduction and discussion of the technical, legal, and political aspects of the Internet design. The other part consists of a specific case study of some aspect of the Internet by individual students.