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Lawctopus Law School’s Online Certificate Course on Patents – Law and Practice [June 1-30; Co-Certified by NIPO]: Register by May 31!

Lawctopus Law School’s Online Certificate Course on Patents – Law and Practice [June 1-30; Co-Certified by NIPO]: Register by May 31!

Patent Law and Practice LLS Course
Patent Law and Practice LLS Course

Patents Law & Practice

Course on Patent – Law and Practice

With the rapidly developing technology, and the increasing number of patents granted every year, protection and enforcement of patents and rights of patent holders is of utmost importance.

Keeping this in mind, this course has been designed to help the learners understand Patents Law and build a career. The knowledge about Patents is also useful for creators, business owners, and inventors. Thus, even non-lawyers would benefit from this course.

Click here to register for Lawctopus Law School’s Online Course on Patent – Law and Practice (co-certified by NIPO).

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.


Contents of the Course 

  • An orientation session which explains how to make full use of the course
  • Rigorously researched reading resources
  • Recorded video lectures covering the length and breadth of copyright law
  • A discussion forum to resolve all your doubts
  • Assignments (both objective and essay-type)
  • Whatsapp and email groups for constant communication
  • 3-4, 90-minute long live sessions which build upon the course material

The Lawctopus Law School team is known for excellence in delivery and we keep our students informed via regular emails, Whatsapp groups, and even phone calls (if you are lagging behind the assignments!) and you can be assured of excellent delivery of a quality course.

Click here to register for Lawctopus Law School’s Online Course on Patent – Law and Practice (co-certified by NIPO).


Structure of the Course

Module 1 – Patents – Understanding Patents, International & Indian Patent Regime

  • Important terms frequently used under the Patent Law Regime
  • Meaning, scope, and important features of Indian Patent Law
  • Comparative differences between Patents and Trademark, Copyright, and Design
  • The legislative history of Patent Law in India 
  • Salient features of the existing patent regime in India 
  • Comparative analysis of Patent Law regimes of the US, EU, and China with that of the Indian Patent Law regime.
  • Tests of patentability, namely, Novelty, Inventive Step, and Industrial Application
  • Landmark cases on the Patentability of an invention

Module 2 – Patents – Subject Matter Eligibility

  • Subject matters which can be protected under the Indian Patent Law Act

Module 3 – Patents – Procedure for obtaining, Revocation and Opposition

  • End to end procedure of obtaining a patent, starting with the drafting of various sections of the patent application to the grant of patent
  • Patent opposition and revocation 
  • Pre and post-grant opposition
  • Grounds for opposition
  • How a patent is revoked?

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

  • Infringement of Patents
  • Remedies under the Indian Patent Law, 1970 available to the patent holder
  • Types of infringement 
  • How to determine if there has been an infringement or not?

Module 5 – Patents – Assignment, Licensing, and Working

  • Assignment of a patent by the patent holder, 
  • Working of patents i.e. to what extent the patented invention has been worked
  • Compulsory licensing

Course Faculty

0 1 1

Mr. Aditya Kedari

Education: B.E in Computer Engineering (2007), LLB (Gold Medalist) and LLM from  New Law College, Pune, NET Qualified (2015), currently pursuing PhD from Symbiosis.

Work experience: Ex-Assistant Professor in New Law College, Pune, Symbiosis Law School, Pune, currently at DES Shri. Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune.

 

0 2Mr. Hemant Thadani

Education: B.SC LLB from GNLU (2011), LLM from WIPO-QUT (Queensland University of Technology) in IP Law.

Work experience: Head (IP practice), Crawford Bayley & Co., Mumbai; ex-Managing Associate (IP Litigation) at Krishna and Saurashtri, Mumbai; Visiting Faculty NMIMS Institute of Intellectual Property Studies.

0 3Prof. Amit Jyoti Sandhu Gomber

Education: B.A. LLB (Gold Medalist) from Panjab University in 2012; LLM in IP Law (2013) from George Washington University Law School.

Work experience: Assistant Professor at JGLS, Sonipat and an Assistant Director with the Centre of IP and Technology Laws.

0 4Mr. Devanshu Khanna (Lead Researcher)

Education: B. Tech (2012) from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University; LLB from Faculty of Law, Delhi University in 2015.

Work experience: Senior Associate at Singh & Singh Law Firm LLP and is also a registered Patent Agent.

0 5Ms. Priggya Arora

Education: B.Tech from GBPUAT, Pantnagar and LL.B. (Hons) in IPR from IIT Kharagpur Law School.

Work experience: Ex-Senior Associate, IIPRD Consulting; Ex-Senior Associate, Khuran and Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys; Founder and Owner, PA Legal, Delhi.

Click here to register for Lawctopus Law School’s Online Course on Patent – Law and Practice (co-certified by NIPO).


Who is this course for?

  • Law students interested in IP laws and especially patent laws
  • Professors in colleges associated with the patent/IP subjects
  • Business Heads and Scientists interested to gain knowledge and practical know-how of Patent law
  • Practising lawyers looking to start or get into the practice of Patent Law
  • Legal academicians who want to gain a practical understanding of the Patent Law

Details for our Patents – Law and Practice Course

Duration: 4 weeks [March 1-30]

Course fee: Rs. 4500 [inclusive of GST]

Certificate: An e-certificate will be given by Lawctopus Law School on successful completion of the course. This course is also co-certified by NIPO.

Mode of learning

  • Completely online and self-paced
  • Recorded video lectures
  • Text-based modules and reading resources
  • An online forum for the resolution of doubts
  • 3-4 live sessions with Lawctopus’ team and subject experts
  • Assignment with feedback

Add-On Benefits

  • Get a certificate issued by Lawctopus on successful completion of the course
  • Recorded lecture on CV making
  • Recorded lecture on making it as a legal freelancer
  • Recorded sessions on IPR as a career
  • Preferable internship positions for best-performing students with Lawctopus’ partner organizations
  • Ad-hoc paid assignments
  • Publication opportunities for best-performing students
  • Alumni support (we continue informing you about free and paid webinars, internship and job opportunities, and more!)

Contact

If you have any questions, please email at courses@lawctopus.com

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).

Click here to register for Lawctopus Law School’s Online Course on Patent – Law and Practice (co-certified by NIPO).

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