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Basics Of Intellectual Property Rights in India

Learn the theoretical and practical application of the IPR Laws in India and Internationally.

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Partner at A&P Partners | Forbes Powerlist
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12 Hours
100% Live Training
3 Weeks

Orientation Session Video
In the wake of globalization in India, it is of utmost importance to be ahead in innovations and creativeness to compete with stiff competition in trade and technology. In order to touch on most areas of commercial and artistic activities, IP Law is an essential component of modern society. India is well recognized for its intellectual skills in the fields of software engineering, missile technology, and other technological areas however, it lags in the generation of IPR assets. The development of any society directly depends on IPR and its policy framework. Lack of IPR awareness resulted in the death of inventions, high risk of infringement, economic loss and decline of an intellectual era in the country. Thus, there is a dire need for the dissemination of IPR information so as to boost indigenous inventions and developments in the field of research and technology. Unfortunately, the current law school curriculum is restricted only to the theoretical learning of the concept of IPR and IPR laws are taught summarily as a part of the syllabus with barely any emphasis on practical aspects of the same.

This Course on the basics of IPR has been designed with an objective to provide a platform for candidates to gain practical and legal knowledge by conducting it in an interactive format with real-life case studies to understand the various nuances of Intellectual Property Rights and its importance for innovation and growth of businesses and the economy as a whole.

Further, the course provides inclusive knowledge about IPR, its role in the various sectors of the economy and aims to elaborate on the emerging trends in the legal, technical and business issues associated with the IP field. The course is designed in a manner to not only help aspiring and practicing lawyers to up their game in order to protect their clients’ innovations and products, but also Entrepreneurs to transform their game-changing products and services into quantifiable market value and trump competition and professionals (in the creative field or otherwise)to gauge the value of their offerings to prospective clients, current stakeholders and competitors.

This course creates a pathway for students and professionals from all fields (legal or otherwise) to enhance their output and create a formidable CV by understanding the IP systems and their role in the economy through the use of IPs. So if you are an individual with an “idea” or “innovation” be it for commercial, scientific or even record purposes, but clueless of how to protect it from being copied in today’s fast-paced competitive market, this course will equip you with all you need to be aware of qua intellectual property and how your intellectual property can be registered and protected.

Highlights of the Course

Live sessions with extensive Q&A

Industry tailored reading material

Case study based application of IPR laws

Short Assignments and Take-Home Exam

Insight into real IPR practice

Taught by leading practitioners

Certificate signed by the course instructor


What will you learn?


Practical Knowledge

Develop an acumen for understanding how IPR will help you to create value for your product/service/innovation.


Beyond the textbook

Understanding IPR from a more practical perspective that is beyond the defined walls of the provision to provision study of IPR laws taught in law schools.


Learning Real-time Application of the IPR Laws

Analysis and in-depth learning of real-time cases and practical problems to aid deeper understanding of concepts and their application in real-life scenarios.


Strategic Planning

Develop an acumen to create IP strategy enabling the monetization of the same


Comparative study

Indian jurisprudence compared with other countries and the practical application of the Indian and International IP Laws and Treaties

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Why learn the Basics Of Intellectual Property Rights in India?

Limitations of law school teaching

Unfortunately, the current law school curriculum is restricted only to the theoretical learning of the concept of IPR and IPR laws are taught summarily as a part of the syllabus with barely any emphasis on practical aspects of the same.

Learn from the Expert

Learn from a fine expert who understands the practicalities of IP litigation and practice.

Explore the Potential

Intellectual property is often dubbed as "the currency of the tech world". The growth in the value derived from intangible assets is only slated to grow as it is often correlated with the growth of the economy.


What will be the training syllabus?

Session 0 90 minutes

Orientation & Introduction to Instructor and Course Cohort

Session 1 90 minutes

Introduction to Intellectual Property Laws in India and applicable Treaties

Session 2 90 minutes

Copyright Law

- Introduction to the basics of Copyright Law
- Important Concepts of Copyright Law
- Assignment and Licensing
- Infringement of Copyright and remedies availed to both, the Author and user
- Copyright Practice

Session 3 90 minutes

Trademark Law

- Introduction to the basics of Trademark Law
- Important Concepts of Trademark Law
- Assignment and Licensing
- Infringement of Trademark and remedies
available domestically and under the Madrid Protocol
- Trademark Practice

Session 4 90 minutes

Patent Law

- Introduction to the basics of Patent Law
- Understanding the Indian and International Patent regimes
- Important Concepts of Patent Law
- Infringement of Patents and remedies available domestically and internationally
- Assignment and Licensing
- Patent Practice

Session 5 90 minutes

Introduction to the basics of Laws relating to Industrial Designs, Geographical Indications and Trade Secrets

Session 6 90 minutes

International conventions on Intellectual Property

Session 7 90 minutes

Scope of IPR and its role in different industries (more specifically in the Media and Entertainment Industry)

Session 8 90 minutes

IP Litigation and Dispute Resolution

8 Live classes of 90 min each. (Tue, Thu & Sat 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm)

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Who should take this course?

Law students

Fresh graduates

Young practitioners

Industry professionals

In-house counsels

Law enthusiasts


Who will be your teacher?


Ankita Singh

Partner at A&P Partners | Forbes Powerlist

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Saikrishna Rajagopal

Founder & Managing Partner - Saikrishna & Associates

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Frequently Asked Questions

This course will enable you to enter into an active IP practice, understand the proceedings and procedures of registering and protecting IPs, and equip you to succeed at internships and interviews.

The course is exclusively designed and curated by a leading practitioner keeping in mind the requirements of the legal industry and the missing links in law school’s courses on IPR.

The course will be taught using Google Classroom with inbuilt features for reading material, submission of assignments and evaluation. The intent is to actually foster real learning as opposed to a mere certificate being issued by other platforms.

The teaching will be like a real class and you are free to ask as many doubts throughout each session. You will also have access to the course instructor outside the classroom to clarify any doubts.

Each class will be recorded and the recording will be available till the start of the next session.

Reading material for the entire course will be uploaded on the dedicated platform and can be accessed from the moment you sign up for the course.

The following is the break up of evaluation criteria:
Class participation = 20 Marks
Assignments = 30 Marks
Take home exam = 50 Marks

<50 = No certificate
50-55 = B
55-60 = B+
60-65 = A
65-70 = A+
70+ = O

It varies according to the demands of the course. The duration of every course is mentioned on the respective course page.

The Courses are completely virtual as of now. Since the courses are live, the timings are decided by the instructors and may vary from course to course. Please check the course page for the days and timings of each course.

Enrolment is not restricted to any particular part of India. Therefore, courses are only available in English.

The number of students is capped at 50. Your cohort members are other motivated people with aligned professional goals.

A functioning computer or a tablet equipped with a camera and a microphone is all you need. Also, a good internet connection.

Reading material is shared by the instructors as per the demands of the course.

Given the circumstances, If there is a genuine reason for you not being able to attend the course, we may accommodate you in the next batch upon your request. Requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
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