Innovpath’s® Practical Orientation and Certification Course on Trademarks, Register by July 30 [Early Bird till July 23]

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About the Course

With hand-holding Orientation and Practical Exercises, the Course structure has been designed to extensively teach students regarding Filing, Prosecution and Enforcement of Trademarks. Participants will get to acquire a practical knowledge of Trademarks along with theoretical aspects. Taught by experts in the Trademark Industry, this Course will equip the participants with necessary skills for leading a successful career as Trademark Advocate or Attorney. The Course has been carefully structured so as to ensure a novice to Trademarks to obtain complete understanding. It shall also be helpful for the existing practitioners to hone their skills and to turn into an expert. The Course is extremely helpful to the Start-up Entrepreneurs to protect their Trademarks and to capitalize commerciality on them.

Key Takeaways

  • Sessions by highly experienced Trademark Attorneys and Faculty
  • Hand-holding method of Orientation and Practical Exercises
  • Sessions scheduled to not disturb regular classes of Students or workhours of Professionals
  • Comprehensive approach to Trademark Law and Practice in India
  • Live interactive sessions with an MCQ based Assessment Test

About the Organisers

Innovpath® is the vision of Mr. Ashok Ram Kumar, Founder and Senior IPR Attorney of Wordict-IP®, to bring awareness on Intellectual Property Rights amongst people. It aims to do so by conducting Conferences, Awareness camps, Training and Mentoring sessions.

Wordict-IP® is a boutique IP Law Firm established in 1992 and is the oldest premier Law Firm from Hyderabad. The Firm has an experience of more than 30 years, in handling issues exclusively pertaining to Intellectual Property – Registration, Enforcement and Valuation.

Faculty

Mr. Ashok Ram Kumar, Founder & Sr. IPR Attorney, Wordict-IP® Hyderabad

Mr. Ashok Ram Kumar, having a masters in IPR law, has experience of more than 30 years as a lawyer in handling IPR issues, covering the broad spectrum of Litigation and Enforcement before Trial Courts, High Court and the Supreme Court, and is also an expert in Valuation and Mediation with focus on IPR. Mr. Ashok Ram Kumar is highly proficient in filing IP applications, having filed more than 4000 Trademarks, Copyright and Patent applications on behalf of diverse clients and their prosecution before various registries. Additionally, he also has experience in filing and prosecuting international applications in USA, ARIPO, EU and South East Asia.

He is a member of the Intellectual Property Law Practitioners’ Association India, International Trademark Association (INTA), International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI) and is also a certified Mediator from BIMACC Bangalore, with focus on IPR mediation. Currently, Mr. Ashok Ram Kumar spearheads the firm Wordict-IP® in India.

Sheela Ram Kumar

Mrs. Sheela Ram Kumar graduated in law from Osmania University in May 2017 and enrolled with the Telangana Bar Oct 2017. Mrs. Sheela Ram Kumar joined as a software consultant with Satyam Consultant services and continued till 2012 as a Project Lead. She has later embarked on legal career and has strengthened the Wordict-IP® firm with her technical expertise.

Sheela Ram Kumar is very proficient in filing Trademarks and Copyrights online and she was doing the same even prior to joining LLB.As a qualified lawyer, Sheela Ram Kumar not only looks after trademarks or copyright filings for various clients but also deals with Oppositions, Rectifications and Revocations before the various Registries’. Having good command in English and alacrity of mind are the additional features she carries to the table.

Naveen Annumula

Mr. Naveen Kumar Anumula is a multidisciplinary professional with graduation in Biomedical Engineering and Post graduate in Law from Osmania University. He has also successfully completed his PG-Diploma in IPR from NALSAR University. He is Practicing Advocate and Registered Patent Attorney with Government of India. He has started his career in IP since 2005 and has worked in IP Analytics Firm and IP law Firms and gained immense experience in the area of filing and prosecution of Intellectual Property rights. As on date, he has worked with several Fortune 500 companies and handheld them and assisted them in handling their Intellectual Property Requirements. He has mentored and educated several companies, students and start-ups in strategizing their Intellectual property. Presently he is in charge of Patent filing and Prosecution for Wordict-IP®.

Charu Srivastava

Ms. Charu Srivastava [Faculty at School of Law, UPES, Dehradun] is also the Founder of THE IP PRESS initiative. The IP PRESS was founded with an objective to spread awareness on the latest IP issues, conduct workshops seminars and video lectures for the IP professionals, review and comment on the IP policies, and career counselling for students who are interested in building their career in IP.

She possesses close to 6 years of academic experience and also a Ph.D. Scholar at GNLU, Gandhinagar. She is an alumnus of National Law School of India University and Faculty of Law University of Allahabad. She has specialisation in Business Laws and Intellectual Property Rights. She has extensively researched on the Intellectual Property Law and has several research publications which are published in various reputed journals to her credit. She is also an expert at teaching lengthy theoretical concepts in an interesting manner.

Details of the Course

Eligibility

Academicians, Professionals and Students can register.

Schedule

Total Time: 30 Hours

Dates: August 1, August 2, August 8, August 9, August 15 and August 16

Approximate duration on each day: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

(Three sessions of ninety minutes each totalling to 3.5 hours of learning on each day. The schedule also accommodates half an hour break after every session and an hour lunch break.)

Basic Outline of Modules

  1. Introduction to IP
  2. Introduction to Trademarks
  3. Filing and Prosecution of Trademarks
  4. Opposition
  5. Renewals and Miscellaneous
  6. Rectification
  7. Civil Enforcement
  8. Criminal Enforcement
  9. Assignments, Transmission and Licensing
  10. Collective, Certification, Series, and Associated Trademarks, Associating an existing trademark with a new application
  11. Practical Session on Trademark Search and Filing

Detailed information on the topics to be covered under each Chapter:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Q2vkJphbf9lFjiCgPwh2cOHtnNgQzKJv/view?usp=sharing

Course fee

Early Bird Offer valid till 23-07-2020

Indian Students: ₹ 4500

Foreign Students: USD 108

Indian Professionals and Organizations:  ₹ 7,200

Foreign Professionals and Organizations:  USD 171

Regular Fee

Indian Students: ₹ 5000

Foreign Students: USD 120

Indian Professionals and Organizations:  ₹ 8000

Foreign Professionals and Organizations:  USD 190

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/4tPzM62GWdkimP866

Last date for Registration is 30th July, 2020

Mode of learning

The course is accessible to the participants through Live Classes. Participants will also be provided with an opportunity to ask doubts at the end of every session. Further, at the end of the course participants are also to attend an MCQ based test to reflect upon their knowledge.

For Queries Contact

Email: innovpath[at]wordictip.com

Mobile Number: +91 88979 9706, +91 9666553265


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