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Introduction to Designs: 27 Oct 2010

posted 23 Aug 2010 07:31 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 5 Sep 2010 01:55 ]
14:00 - 17:15  CPD 3 Hours SRA 
(£120 + VAT per module or £400 + VAT for course)

Speakers: Jane Lambert and Peter Groves

Venue Morgan Cole, Buxton Court, 3 West Way, Oxford, OX2 0SZ

One of the modules in our Introduction to IP Course at Morgan Cole.This course is intended to equip the solicitor or barrister who does not claim expertise in intellectual property law with the basics to represent a party to an infringement claim or negotiate a licence or distribution agreement. It will therefore be useful not only to a general or commercial practitioner or litigator but also to someone who intends to specialize in intellectual property but has not yet had much experience of the work.

The designs module will discuss functional and decorative designs and will explain how these are protected by design registration and unregistered design right. It will outline the Paris and Hague  Conventions. It will trace the history of design protection in the UK since the 19th century to explain the complexities of modern design law. It will cover Community design registration, the copyright and design overlap, unregistered Community designs, IPO and OHIM practice and enforcement in the Patents and Patents County Courts. It will also mention licences including licences of right.  For more details see our programme below..

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