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Trademark is viewed as one of the most significant resources of any organization or business house as the goodwill and success of such company immensely upon the proper commercial exploitation of its trademark. Likewise, Trademark additionally is one of the most significant types of Intellectual Property holding an exceptional spot in the whole IPR system considering the huge growth of trade and commerce in the economy. This course on trademark will cover various aspects of trademark law in India under the statutory framework in India along with the importance of trademark which is not registered and still is protected in India through passing off actions. As the subject proceeds the students will be made acquainted with the elements of trademark practice which will assist them if they decide to become a trademark attorney. This course also focuses on the concepts of trademark law in a comparative manner including Indian, US, EU jurisdictions. 

OBJECTIVES OF THIS COURSE:

The central purpose of this course is to instil in the students the prominence of Trademark law in commercial transactions across the world and to help the students appreciate the immense significance of trademarks. With this, the course will likewise target at preparing trademark litigators who will face with various trademarks differences in future. The main purpose of this course are the following:

  • To familiarize students with the International regime for the protection of trademarks and its adherence in national legislations.
  • To know the scope and ambit of domestic statutes and philosophies underlined.
  • To help the students in applying the theories, principle and procedure of trademarks in the practical situations in addressing various trademark disputes.
  • To groom the students in such a way as to learn, understand, and apply the intricate issues and principles of law relating to a trademark in practical situations.
  • To help students retorting various crucial and forthcoming issues arising in the extension of trademark protection to other sectors like that of advertising, sports etc. in the Indian scenario.

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?

Under Graduate/Graduate/Post Graduate Students, Researchers, Faculty in the field of Science/Arts/Technology/Management or anyone keen to know about Trademark.

This course is open to individuals who are seeking a general knowledge of Trademark Law and Practice and those who generate various forms of Intellectual Property and seek a deeper understanding of the effective management and protection of Trademark in India.

OUR FACULTY:

Adv Abhishek Kaushik

He is a Computer Engineer, an Advocate (LL.B. – Faculty of LAW, University of Delhi) and an IPR attorney. He is the founder of Lex Pundits LLP and his main area of expertise is IPR and Corporate law.  

Ms. Anuttama Ghose

Assistant Professor of Law at Indian Institute of Legal Studies, Siliguri (West Bengal).  An LLM with specialization in Intellectual Property Laws from Symbiosis Law School, Pune. An Intellectual Property Law Hons. Graduate from School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar and pursuing Ph.D on Protection of Non-Conventional Trademarks. She was previously associated with Mindcrest India Pvt. Ltd., Pune as an Associate Attorney and has several publication in National and International journals to her credit.

COURSE CONTENT:

MODULE 1: Introduction to Trademark Law

MODULE 2: Global Perspective on Protection of Trademark (International Treaties and Conventions on Trademark)

MODULE 3: Trademark Act, 1999

MODULE 4: Trademark and Domain Names Disputes

MODULE 5: Trademark Practices and Emerging Issues

MODULE 6 : Drafting of Trademark Application

TEACHING- LEARNING METHODOLOGY:

The teaching-learning methods would include Lecture method, Research-oriented approach, Case study method of teaching, group discussions among the students, group projects etc. to help students understand drafting practices related to the trademark regime.

Students will be provided Study Materials on the Particular Module. After completion of every module, an optional assignment would be given to the participant which will be beneficial for the participants.

REGISTRATION FEES:

Students: Rs. 2,000 Rs 1,500/-

Professionals: Rs. 2,500 Rs 2,000/-

MODE OF REGISTRATION:

Paytm or Google Pay at +91 9658836646

After payment of the registration fee, fill the registration form.

IMPORTANT DATES: (To be decided)

Last Date of Registration: 15th Oct 2020

Course Commences on 17th Oct 2020

Course Duration: Two (2) Months

CONTACT DETAILS:

Dilawar Khan: 8961414120

Anwesh Panigrahi: 9658836646

Email: [email protected]

REGISTRATION

Course Registration link: https://forms.gle/mqbcm1St4M2Sithd8 [Select Libertatem Magazine in the section titled “Recommend by“]

Official Brochure is here [3.7 MB]

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