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Intellectual Property and Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights TRIPS



This training program offers participants a comprehensive understanding of intellectual property (IP) laws and regulations, with a focus on TRIPS agreements. It empowers them to protect and leverage IP assets effectively in today's global marketplace.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the fundamentals of intellectual property law.

  • Learn about the provisions and obligations under TRIPS agreements.

  • Develop skills to identify, protect, and enforce intellectual property rights.

  • Gain insights into the intersection of IP and international trade.

  • Enhance strategies for IP asset management and commercialization.

Targeted Audience:

  • Legal Professionals specializing in Intellectual Property Law.

  • Intellectual Property Managers.

  • Business Executives involved in IP-intensive industries.

  • Entrepreneurs and Innovators.

  • Government Officials engaged in IP policy and enforcement.

  • Trade Compliance Officers.

Program Outline:

Unit 1:

Introduction to Intellectual Property:

  • Overview of intellectual property rights (patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets).

  • Principles of IP protection and enforcement.

  • International conventions and treaties governing intellectual property.

  • Case studies highlighting IP infringement and enforcement issues.

  • Emerging trends in IP law and practice.

Unit 2:

Understanding TRIPS Agreements:

  • Background and objectives of the TRIPS Agreement.

  • Key provisions and obligations under TRIPS.

  • TRIPS compliance requirements for member countries.

  • Dispute settlement mechanisms under TRIPS.

  • Impact of TRIPS on global IP standards and practices.

Unit 3:

Protection and Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights:

  • Strategies for identifying and protecting intellectual property assets.

  • IP registration procedures and requirements.

  • Enforcement mechanisms for combating IP infringement and piracy.

  • Civil and criminal remedies for IP rights violations.

  • Case studies on successful IP enforcement actions.

Unit 4:

Intellectual Property and International Trade:

  • Interplay between IP rights and international trade.

  • TRIPS provisions related to trade in counterfeit goods and piracy.

  • Implications of TRIPS for market access and trade disputes.

  • Role of IP in promoting innovation, technology transfer, and economic development.

  • Case studies on IP issues in international trade agreements.

Unit 5:

IP Asset Management and Commercialization:

  • Strategies for managing and monetizing intellectual property assets.

  • Licensing, franchising, and technology transfer agreements.

  • Due diligence processes in IP transactions.

  • IP valuation methods and considerations.

  • Case studies on successful IP commercialization ventures.

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