This clip explains the Berne Convention and its importance as the first major source of international IP law, along with the reasons it was created. This clip also explains some problems and shortcomings in the agreement.
Stan describes the TRIPS agreement and its history, along with the WIPO Copyright Treaty and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty. He then discusses international patent law and how treaties and agreements such as the Paris Convention, the Patent Cooperation Treaty, and the Madrid Agreement enable the international protection of patent rights.
Stan details potential areas of controversy about patent law, such as in the case of public health emergencies, dealing with patent "trolls", and whether or not IP law actually rewards important inventions in society.