Intellectual Property (IP) law is increasingly complex in today’s fast-changing commercial and technological environment. In order to practice effectively in this specialism, you need an understanding of the underlying legal principles, together with an appreciation of the commercial importance of IP.
This course provides you with an overview of the main types of IP and the associated law in a variety of important contexts (transactional and litigation). It will also help you understand the commercial importance of IP and improve your skills when dealing with IP matters through the use of practical exercises and case studies.
This course is particularly suitable for junior lawyers, as well as more experienced practitioners, who are either planning to move into this area or are looking for a refresher of the key principles.