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Intellectual Property Law

¥1,720.00

The Legal English of Intellectual Property Law is a 15-unit online course combining video, audio and interactive elements. The course contains units in the area of trade mark law, copyright law, patent law, design law, e-commerce, domain name disputes, geographical indications, parallel imports, drafting IP agreements, IP due diligence and the law of the Internet.

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Language skills essential to IP practitioners

The Legal English of Intellectual Property Law is a 15-unit online course combining video, audio and interactive elements. The course contains units in the area of trade mark law, copyright law, patent law, design law, e-commerce, domain name disputes, geographical indications, parallel imports, drafting IP agreements, IP due diligence and the law of the Internet.

  • interactive reading exercises
  • interactive listening exercises
  • writing exercises (professional version)
  • speaking exercises (professional version)
  • vocabulary quizzes
  • video lectures
  • language of trademarks, copyrights and patents
  • drafting IP agreements
  • IP due diligence vocabulary
  • course certificate upon completion
Course description

The “Legal English of IP Law” presents key Legal English terminology in short online reading and listening passages. The exercises which follow each reading or listening passage include multiple choice, fill-in-the-blanks, true-false and matching exercises that are designed to help you learn the vocabulary through context, testing and reinforcement. All of your results are stored in a database which you can access at any time to monitor your progress.

Course duration

The basic version of the course provides 20-25 hours of online self-study. Professional membership includes a further 2 hours of private instruction each month by a TransLegal lawyer-linguist instructor who is assigned as your personal tutor.

Course contents

Trade Mark Law I
Language used in describing the basics of trade mark law including its fundamentals and policies (examples of vocabulary: constructive notice, distinctiveness, goodwill, likelihood of confusion).

Trade Mark Law II
Terminology associated with the requirements for registration and trade mark law in practice (examples: arbitrary, cancellation, opposition, suggestive, watch notice).

Dilution and Well-Known Trade Marks
Vocabulary to describe the concept of protecting well-known trade marks (examples of vocabulary: dilution, blurring, notoriety, tarnishment).

Domain Name Disputes
How lawyers discuss the various forms of domain name dispute resolution (examples of vocabulary: cybersquatting, kiting, tasting, typosquatting).

Copyright Law I
Language used to describe the fundamentals and policies of copyright law (examples of vocabulary: national treatment, neighbouring rights, works for hire).

Copyright Law II
Vocabulary relating to modern issues in copyright law (examples of vocabulary: applied art, exhaustion, moral rights, parallel imports).

Patent Law I
Language used to describe the fundamentals of patent law and the patent application process (examples: abstract, best mode, inventive step, specifications) Patent Law II Vocabulary relating to modern issues in patent law (examples of vocabulary: business method patents, traditional knowledge).

Patent Law II
Vocabulary relating to modern issues in patent law (examples of vocabulary: business method patents, traditional knowledge, sui generis).

IP Agreements
How lawyers discuss IP when negotiating and drafting agreements (examples of vocabulary: naked license, release, upfront royalty).

Designs
Vocabulary used in describing the basics of design law (examples of vocabulary: individual character, trade dress, utilitarian).

IP and IT Issues in the Internet Age
Terminology associated with modern technological issues (examples of vocabulary: deep linking, metatags, Internet jurisdiction, Internet Service Providers).

eCommerce
Language relating to modern IP issues relating to eCommerce (examples of vocabulary: enterprise information systems, information society services, spam).

Competition Law
Key issues in competition law in relation to intellectual property law (barriers to entry, price-fixing, predatory pricing).

GIs and PIs
Vocabulary necessary to explain the concepts of Geographical Indications and Parallel Imports (examples of vocabulary: appellation of origin, certification marks, grey goods).

Due Diligence in IP Law
How lawyers talk and the terminology used when conducting IP due diligence reviews (examples of vocabulary: disclosure letters, information memorandum, term sheets).

Geographical Indications and Parallel Imports
How lawyers talk and the terminology used when conducting IP due diligence reviews (examples of vocabulary: disclosure letters, information memorandum, term sheets).

Final Examination
Comprehensive test of the vocabulary taught.