Jeff Nielsen

Professor (Lecturer)

Department of Entrepreneurship & Strategy

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Jeff Nielsen is an Associate Professor (Lecturer) in the Department of Entrepreneurship and Strategy. He has a Juris Doctorate from Whittier College and teaches Business Law and Intellectual Property. He is a member in good standing in the California Bar Association and the Utah Bar Association.

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Education

Bachelor of Arts, English Literature, University of Utah

Juris Doctorate, Law, Whittier College

Awards

Outstanding Professor of the Year, 2014. University of Utah Greek Council, 04/15/2015

Brady Superior Teaching Award. David Eccles School of Business, 05/2014

Marvin J. Ashton Teaching Excellence Award. David Eccles School of Business, 05/2013

Teaching

BUS 1051 – Foundations of Business Thought.

A course exploring the philosophical, literary, and social foundations of commerce through eclectic readings selected from around the world and throughout history. A required course for students of business.

 

STRAT 3410 – Business Law.

A survey of American law as it pertains to the world of commercial activity with special focus on civil litigation, tort and negligence law, contracts, property, regulation, and corporations. A required course for business students.

 

STRAT 3450 – Intellectual Property.

A course focused on Copyrights, Trademarks, and Patents, designed to give the student of business a working knowledge of the various powers, limitations, and pitfalls of intangible assets in America.

 

STRAT 6350 – Intellectual Property.

A course focused on Copyrights, Trademarks, and Patents, designed to give graduate students a working knowledge of the various powers, limitations, and pitfalls of intangible assets in America.