Maybe a structured lesson plan to understand basic law?
For intellectual property, you'll want to look in three main, very broad categories: patents, trademarks, and copyright. The US Patent Office web page, at www.USPTO.gov, has a number of videos and other pages on these subjects. Another good place to start is the American Intellectual Property Law Association, which publishes a number of very good overviews. This one: http://www.aipla.org/learningcenter/library/books/other-pubs/Documents/How_To_Protect_and_Benefit_From_Ideas.pdf may be helpful, for example.
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