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Ownership and Control of Intellectual Property Rights

4.9 eccellente 25 opinioni
Falconbury Ltd
A London, London (England)

828 
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*Prezzo Orientativo
Importo originale in GBP:
£ 699

Informazioni importanti

Tipologia Corso
Luogo In 2 sedi (England)
Durata 1
Inizio 04/03/2020
altre date
Descrizione

In one intensive day learn how to protect and exploit your intellectual property rights for maximum commercial benefit.

The world of intellectual property can be complex and confusing and this course is designed to get you up to speed on the main types: what they are, how to protect and exploit your own intellectual property and how to avoid infringing someone else’s. It is a perfect one-day primer designed to make you feel like a mini-expert in every area of intellectual property rights in both practical and commercial terms. By familiarising you with the most important legislation and case law, the course will also arm you with the ability to look up further questions yourself.

In addition, the day will offer an invaluable opportunity to ask the expert trainer about any particular issues that may affect you and your business and to interact with other delegates and learn from their experiences.

Informazioni importanti
Quali sono gli obiettivi della formazione?

Learn about the main types of intellectual property rights
Understand how to protect the intellectual property rights of your organisation
Get to grips with legislative framework and case law for each type of intellectual property right
Consider how to avoid infringing a third party’s intellectual property rights
Get up to date with the latest law and practice
Understand the pitfalls – and how to avoid them
Master the differences between copyright and unregistered design rights
Expand your knowledge of copyright, patents and trade marks
Appreciate how useful trade marks can be to build a brand and denote the origin of your goods and services
Understand the risks of sending infringement letters in terms of being countersued for unjustified threats – and see how the law is changing
Discuss any issues you are facing with colleagues from other organisations to gain new ideas and perspectives

È la formazione giusta per me?

This programme has been specifically designed for those who deal with or come across intellectual property:

• In-house lawyers
• Private practice lawyers
• Commercial managers
• Business development managers
• In-house patent lawyers
• Company secretaries

Certificate of Attendance

Strutture (2)
Dove e quando
Inizio Luogo
04 mar 2020
10 nov 2020
London
London, England
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06 nov 2019
London
Southampton Row, WC1B 4BH, London, England
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Inizio 04 mar 2020
10 nov 2020
Luogo
London
London, England
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Inizio 06 nov 2019
Luogo
London
Southampton Row, WC1B 4BH, London, England
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Opinioni

4.9
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Valutazione del corso
89%
Lo consiglia
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Valutazione del Centro

Opinioni sul corso

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Agnieszka Kozlowska
20/05/2019
Sul corso: The speaker presented the course well
Corso realizzato: Maggio 2019
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Lina Karbon
22/05/2019
Sul corso: Information was good, courses were valuable and speakers were truly amazing.I had the best time in all.
Corso realizzato: Maggio 2019
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Samantha Williams
20/05/2019
Sul corso: The course was so insightful to me. Sheila was amazing and to the point. She has good experience in the industry as well
Corso realizzato: Maggio 2019
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Cristina Mead
20/05/2019
Sul corso: The course was great. It has good flow and easy to share ideas and interact
Corso realizzato: Maggio 2019
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Ryan Ingram
21/05/2019
Sul corso: Fantastic speakers and rich in knowldege and they cleared all the queries, content was rich and engaging, presentations were great and well laid out.
Corso realizzato: Maggio 2019
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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual Property
Database
Data Protection
Property
Civil law
Criminal law
International law
Protection
Legal Framework
Copyrights
ownership
Invention
Database Rights
Copyright Protection
UK Copyright Protection
Copyright Convention
Moral Rights
Infringement
Design Rights

Programma

Copyright

  • Basics of copyright
  • Existence, ownership and infringement
    • Is a work capable of copyright protection?
    • Is the work in a ‘fixed’ form?
    • Does the work qualify for UK copyright protection?
    • Is the work still protected by copyright?
    • Who is the owner of the copyright?
    • Will copyright be infringed?
  • Primary infringement
  • Secondary infringement
    • Are there any defences to infringement?
    • What remedies are available?
  • Civil remedies
  • Criminal remedies
  • International considerations
    • Berne Convention
    • Universal Copyright Convention
  • Exploiting copyright
    • Assignment
    • Licensing

Moral Rights

  • Types of moral rights
  • Moral rights relating to copyright works

Database rights

  • Is it a database?
  • Does the database qualify for protection?
  • Who is the owner of the right?
  • How long does the right last?
  • What protection does the right give the owner?
  • Are there any defences to infringement?
  • What remedies are available?

Design rights

  • Registered design rights
    • Is a design capable of registration?
    • Registering a design
    • Infringement
    • Dealing with registered design rights
  • Unregistered design rights
    • Requirements for an unregistered design right
    • Overlap between copyright and design rights
    • Infringement
    • Dealing with unregistered design rights
    • Semiconductor topography rights
  • EU Design rights (registered and unregistered)

Patents

  • Legal framework
  • Is an invention patentable?
  • Applying for a UK patent
  • Applying for a patent under the EPC
  • Applying for a patent under the PCT
  • Infringement
  • Dealing with patents
  • Where is the Unitary Patent?

Trade marks

  • Is a mark capable of registration?
  • Registering a trade mark
  • Protecting a trade mark
  • Revocation and invalidity
  • Dealing with trade marks
  • Trade mark searches
  • Other types of registrable marks

Ulteriori informazioni

Presenter's firm
 
Hill Dickinson is a leading and award-winning international law firm with offices in London, Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield, Piraeus, Singapore, Monaco and Hong Kong. As a full service law firm, it delivers advice and strategic guidance spanning the full legal spectrum from non-contentious advisory and transactional work, to all forms of dispute resolution.
Its commitment is to provide a fast and efficient service wherever its clients operate. As its business has grown and diversified, it has recognised the strength and importance of the principles held by its people; putting clients first and operating as one team to realise its goals and share its success. These principles have formed the foundation of its culture and the way its lawyers interact with one another and the firm’s clients. They are what distinguish it and are vital to its future. The firm is on the panel of a number of national and international organisations and regularly competes against many of the City firms. In recent months they have been able to win a number of panel reviews against City firms. Clients of the firm include • Carrs Milling Industries • Co-operative Group • CRH Group • Elstree Film Studios • Halewood International • Health Education England • Iceland Foods • Johnson & Johnson plc • Lavinia Corporation • Lloyds Bank • National Express • Odeon Cinemas • Peel Group • Stobart Group • United Utilities plc • Zeneca Group.