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Online Certificate Course on IPR- Law and Practice by Lawctopus Law School and NIPO [June 1 – Aug 30]: Register by May 31

Online Certificate Course on IPR- Law and Practice by Lawctopus Law School and NIPO [June 1 – Aug 30]: Register by May 31

IPR-Law Course
IPR-Law Course

IP Law and Practice

Lawctopus Law School’s Course on Intellectual Property – Law and Practice

With the rapidly developing technology and inventions and the increasing number of businesses, every year, protection and enforcement of intellectual property have become of utmost importance.

The knowledge about how different types of IP protection work is also useful for creators, business owners, and inventors. Thus, even students who are not lawyers would benefit from this course.

If you complete this course thoroughly, you will be on your way to starting your IP practice or ace any related internships.

The course fees of Rs. 9900 is a tiny fraction of what you will learn and earn after doing this course. 

Register for the IPR- Law and Practice Course (co-certified by NIPO) by clicking here.

Want to talk to someone before taking a decision? Call the counsellor Snigdha Ghatak at +91-9711614572, between 10.30 am to 7.30 pm (except for Mondays).

About Lawctopus Law School

With over 3500 students, including law students, academicians, industry professionals, lawyers, CAs, and business professionals, Lawctopus Law School has fast established itself as the place to be for online legal education in India.
For their various courses and webinar workshops, they have partnered with top law firms like Surana and Surana, Sujata Choudhari IP Attorneys, industry bodies like the Delhi Management Association (DMA), NIPO, and PACT.

Co-certified by NIPO

nipo, ipr course

All of Lawctopus Law School’s courses on Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) are co-certified by NIPO.

NIPO- The Indian IPR Foundation is the first and the oldest IP techno-legal NGO in India established in 2001 and consists of creators, users and owners of Intellectual Property.

NIPO is a Permanent Observer with the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), United Nations.


This is how the ‘IP- Law and Practice’ Course is structured:

Patents Module

Module 1: Patents- Understanding Patents, International & Indian Patent Regime

To help learners understand the scope of Patent Law, this module explores what is patents, comparative differences between Patents and other Intellectual Property, namely, Trademark, Copyright and Design and comparative analysis of  Patent Law regimes of US, EU and China with that of Indian Patent Law regime.

Module 2: Patents-Subject Matter Eligibility 

The Indian Patent Act does not specifically mention what comes under the ambit of subject matter, but it does mention certain categories of inventions that cannot be patented. This module explores subject matters which can be protected under the Indian Patent Law Act.

Module 3: Patents-Procedure for obtaining, Revocation and Opposition

This module discusses the end to end procedure of obtaining a patent, starting with the drafting of various sections of the patent application to the grant of patent.

Module 4: Patents-Rights and Maintenance, Protection and Enforcement- Infringement and other remedies

This module covers infringement of Patents and the remedies under the Indian Patent Law, 1970 available to the patent holder.

Module 5: Patents- Assignment, Licensing and Working

This module covers the assignment of a patent by the patent holder, working of patents i.e. to what extent the patented invention has been worked and compulsory licensing which is a license granted by the Government to a third party without the authorization of the patentee.

Module 6: Patent Practice: See and Learn how things really work!

  • Real-life demonstration of how Prior Art search (basics of the same) is conducted.
  • Learn how to analyse the search report.
  • Learn how to analyse the patentability criteria.

Register for the IPR- Law and Practice Course (co-certified by NIPO) by clicking here.

Have questions? Call our Learning Manager Suvarna Dubey at +91 88006 58334 or drop an SMS/Whatsapp.

If you are interested only in the Patents Module, please register by clicking here.


Trademarks Module

Module 7: Trademarks- Introduction & Clearance Search

In this module, you will learn in-depth about the basics of Trademarks, the kinds of trademarks, distinctiveness, and the types of applications filed to protect the trademarks in India and also ‘Clearance Search’.

Module 8: Trademark- Registered and Unregistered & Process for Registration

In this module, we will be learning about the importance of the registration of Trademarks in India. We will also be looking at the concept of Passing off which can be used to enforce unregistered trademark rights.

Module 9: Trademarks – Refusal, Examination and Opposition, Post Advertisement Procedure & Well-Known Trademarks

In this module, we will be reading about absolute or relative grounds as provided under Section 9 and 11 respectively. We shall also be learning about the acquired distinctiveness of a trademark and what are some of the prohibited trademarks under the Trademark Act, 1999.

Module10: Trademarks – Infringement, Customs Recordal and Madrid Protocol

In this module, we will learn about how different types of infringement of trademark takes place and what legal remedies are available to the owner of the trademark. This module will also explain what are the defences available in the infringement action and rights of the prior user of the trademark.

Module 11: Trademark Practice: See and Learn how things really work!

  • Real-life demonstration of conducting a Trademark Search.
  • How to file a Trademark Application?
  • Other TM Application Forms.
  • Handling Oppositions and Objections.

Register for the IPR- Law and Practice Course (co-certified by NIPO) by clicking here.

Have questions? Call our Learning Manager Suvarna Dubey at +91 88006 58334 or drop an SMS/Whatsapp.

If you are interested only in the Trademarks Module, please register by clicking here.


Copyrights Module

Module 12: Copyright- History and theoretical foundations & Introduction 

In this module, learners will understand how Copyright Law has evolved to become one of the most important components of Intellectual Property Law. This module will also help explore what is Copyright along with the justification and history of Copyright Law in India as well as internationally.

Module 13: Copyright- Registration Process in India

This Module explores the procedure for registering the copyright in India. It discusses the procedure of making an application, timeline for obtaining a copyright registration certificate along with mandatory documents required to be submitted.

Module 14: Copyrights- Assignment and Licensing

This module explores the difference between the assignment and licensing with the help of relevant provisions of the Indian Copyright Act.  This module also discusses the difference between statutory licencing and compulsory licencing of copyrighted work.

Module 15: Copyrights- Infringement & Remedies and Fair Use Doctrine

This module focuses on what is copyright infringement determination of copyright infringement and how copyright act deals with infringement. The discussion on these questions supported by landmark case laws on copyright infringement.

Module 16: Copyrights – Collective Administration through Collective Societies 

This module explores the law on Copyright Societies in India. In this module, you will get acquainted with relevant provisions of Copyright Act that deal with registration and functioning of Copyright Societies.

Module 17Copyright Practice: See and Learn how things really work!

  • How to register a copyright in India?
  • Drafting a legal notice to be sent to the infringer.
  • Master class on drafting a copyright licensing agreement.

Register for the IPR- Law and Practice Course (co-certified by NIPO) by clicking here.

Want to talk to someone before taking a decision? Call the counsellor Snigdha Ghatak at +91-9711614572, between 10.30 am to 7.30 pm (except for Mondays).

If you are interested only in the Copyrights Module, please register by clicking here.

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