The students get five academic credits (5 ECTS) when they participate in the whole program in accordance with the formal requirements stipulated by Hanken School of Economics. Please make sure with your own IPR professor that these credits can be transferred to your university. You will get the Certification of Attendance after you finish the IPR Summer School.
You have to pass WIPO’s online course: https://welc.wipo.int/acc/index.jsf?page=courseCatalog.xhtml&lang=en&cc=DL101E#plus_DL101
Registration for the next session of DL-101 is from April 8 to May 16 and the course runs from May 17 to June 19. Send us the certification of completion to complete the Summer School.
Access to the course requires the participants’ direct registration for the course on WIPO’s eLearning platform at https://welc.wipo.int/acrp/program/dl?cid=DL101ESS19
One Case analysis for case clinic cases.
Choose one of these cases you find most interesting and write a paper on the case you have chosen. In your writing, relate the case to earlier case law and evaluate the outcome.
The paper shall be 3 -6 pages long with line spacing 1,5 and font size 12.
Return your analyze before the case clinic you are writing about is held to the address firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Please pay attention to the following and try to identify rules and legal concepts:
- who are the parties; who wins and who loses trademark rights
- is there an existing trademark that has been infringed?
- what is the legal basis for applying for a mark, opposing a mark or invalidating a registration?
- how about evidence how/when do you proceed and what can you claim? Who has the burden of proof?
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