Interior Design Law II: Intellectual Property, Trade Secrets, Unfair Competition, Employment, and Special Topics
ARCH X 497.11
This course introduces fundamental legal principles regarding employment law, intellectual property law, unfair competition law, and other specific legal topics as they apply to the interior design business.
Starting at $449.00
As few as 5 weeks
About this course:
This course serves as an introduction to some of the legal issues that impact interior designers. The course introduces students to fundamental legal principles regarding employment law, intellectual property law, unfair competition law, insurance law, and other specific legal topics as they apply to the interior design business. The course will incorporate analysis of contracts and reading of actual court cases involving interior designers. The course is appropriate for students with all levels of interior design education and experience, from certificate or master's program students and students not enrolled in a program, to practicing interior designers with years of work experience. Prior completion of Interior Design Law I: The Designer-Client Relationship is recommended but not required. No other prior preparation or coursework is required.
Winter 2019 Schedule
These courses are fully online, and there are no in-person classroom meetings.
Instructor: Henry Lien
67 days left. Enroll by Feb 21, 2019
Internet access required.
No refunds after February 25, 2019
(Optional) Book: Business and Legal Forms for Interior Designers, Second Edition by Tad Crawford
©2013 Allworth Press
Internet access required to retrieve course materials.
This course applies towards the following certificates & specializations…
What you will learn.
- Analyze actual court cases involving interior designers
- Understand specific legal topics as they apply to the interior design business
- Explore and assess fundamental legal principles