FICCI’s Online Certificate Course on Competition Law & IPRs. The website is here. The registration form is here.
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) has started Online Certificate Course on Competition Law & Intellectual Property Rights (IPComp).
The objective of the Course is to make students and professionals learn about complex international legal environment in which multinational corporations and businesses operate.
Through several case studies, the course introduces some practical legal concepts, pitfalls and compliances that are needed by today’s businesses to comply with Competition Law, IPRs and their legal linkages.
This advanced course provides dual benefits of learning Competition Law & IPRs challenges faced by Corporations when they expand in an organic or non-organic manner into new territories, markets and products.
This is first of its kind of course introduced with specific focus on the interlinking between the competition law and IPR.
The Course is of 2 months duration and consists of Six (6) modules i.e.
Introduction, Competition Laws in India, Main Features of Competition Law, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Competition Law: Conflict/Common goals of competition law and IPR, How to resolve the conflict between IPR and Competition Law and Case Laws.
The Course may be pursued by any student from law stream, lawyers, industry professionals and students pursuing Company Secretary Course.
Features like Online FORUM for query resolutionand Weekly updates on IPR to registrants make the course interactive.
- Registration Start Date: Registration Open
- Registration Closing Date: 25th January 2013
- Conduct of the Course: February – March 2013
- Course Duration:2 Months
- Online Examination: Last week of March 2013
For further details, please visit the website www.ficciclipr.ficciipcourse.in or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The website is here. The registration form is here.