e-Learning for SME's Basic
The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the EUIPO Academy Learning Portaland show you the way of taking the most of EUIPO Academy Learning Portal in all the learning support functionalities that provides.
NEWCOMERS ELEARNING MODULE
The e-learning module on how to get a European patent is designed to help you find your way through the Guide for applicants, highlighting essential information and providing links to the corresponding sections of the Guide for further reading. This is an e-learning module developed by the European Patent Office.
CPC General Intermediate
CPC stands for Cooperative Patent Classification. This is the name of the new patent classification system which has been jointly developed by the EPO and USPTO. The CPC will align patent procedures more closely and deliver substantial efficiency gains, at the same time as incorporating the best classification practices of the two offices and helping to eliminate duplication of work. This is a...
FREE ONLINE LEARNING RESOURCES
An overview of the most relevant decisions of the EUIPO Boards of Appeal, the Court of Justice of the EU and the General Court for 2013. Speakers: Christoph Bartos - EUIPO - Boards of AppealLuca Rampini - EUIPO - ICLAD
EUIPO and the EPO are pleased to publish the first part of their IP Teaching Kit online. It has been developed for university teachers whose students have little or no knowledge of intellectual property, and aims to give a basic yet comprehensive introduction to different IP rights, and the concept of IP as a whole.The European graduates of tomorrow will enter a labour market which is increasingly...
In the framework of the European Trade Mark and Design Network OHIM and the implementing IP Offices have agreed on a Common Practice with regard to black and white (B&W) or greyscale marks as compared with coloured versions of the same mark. The participating offices closely analysed three important questions essential to handling trade marks in B&W and/or greyscale
This course is a compilation of master and doctorate thesis related to Intellectual Property, together with some articles of interest on the same topic.
The Pan-European Seal Professional Traineeship Programme (Pan-European Seal) is a comprehensive traineeship programme that bridges academia and the labour market in different fields (IP, law, finance, business, engineering, etc.) to promote and disseminate Intellectual Property among the Academic Community. Learn more about this programme in this course.
IP Teaching Kit Advanced I Advanced
IP Advanced Part I is part of the Intellectual Property Teaching Kit (IPTK). It has been designed for teachers of students with little prior knowledge of intellectual property (IP), in order to provide them with advanced teaching material about patents, utility models and designs. In addition to the main presentations, IP Advanced Part I contains case studies and exercises on patents and designs t...
IP Teaching Kit Advanced II Advanced
This module will introduce you to the core concepts of trade marks and trade mark registration. It is divided into three main parts: definition, registration and infringement. We will look at the definition of a trade mark, the grounds on which registration can be refused, and the importance of distinctive character. We will find out how to register a trade mark, and what happens after registratio...
IP Case studies Advanced
Authors from renowned European universities, but also from leading universities in the US and Asia as well as from industry have studied how companies plan and execute new IP practices. In this special issue of California Management Review, IP management emerges as a key component of "appropriation advantage" that the guest editors define as an actor's ability to outperform competitors in terms of...
The conference is the first in a series of debates on sometimes untraditional topics in relation with intellectual property, namely the incidence of human rights on Trade Marks. Speaker: Philipp VON KAPFF - EUIPO - Member of the Boards of Appeal Moderator: Stefan MARTIN - EUIPO - Member of the Boards of Appeal
IP Search Tools Basic
IP Search Tools
Intellectual Property Teaching Kit - IP Management Intermediate
Intellectual property reaches into everyone's daily lives. A basic awareness and understanding of IP is therefore essential for today’s university students, who are the engineers, researchers, lawyers, politicians and managers of tomorrow. IP Management is the last part of the kit, following on from IP Basics, IP Advanced and IP Search Tools. It contains the tools and information you need to del...
The webinar provides an overview of trademark law and copyright law and of possible conflicts (and their resolution) between these two legal systems. Speaker: Stefan MARTIN - EUIPO - Boards of Appeal
Based on the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, this presentation describes in detail the application of fundamental rights for applicants, e.g. the right to be heard, how facts must be presented by decision takers (relevant facts, legal matters and evidence) and the duty to state the reasons on which decisions are founded. It introduces to the distinction between 'Inter partes' ...
Titles too famous Intermediate
Based on case law, the presentation discusses how to assess marks containing the names of authors and/or titles of books. Second, it discusses the relationship between the protection provided by the registration of a trade mark and the protection provided by copyright.Speaker: Philipp VON KAPFF - EUIPO - Boards of Appeal (BoA)
The session provides an introduction to the phases (or life cycle) of CTMs (Community Trade Marks) from application to registration and some key notions, e.g. priority, seniority and opposition. It also provides some statistics as of beginning 2015. Speaker: Sophia BONNE - EUIPO - International Cooperation and Legal Affairs Department