The course aims to provide an extensive and career-oriented course on Geographical Indication (GI). The course in terms of importance, versatility and practicality incorporates almost all-important doctrines and concepts of GI. The course also focuses upon the different kinds of GI instruments at national and international level including Paris convention, Madrid Agreement, Lisbon Agreement etc., in the most detailed and systematic manner for providing a crystal-clear knowledge to the aspirants about GI. Learners will also have tremendous opportunity to understand the legal conception and crux of the judicial pronouncement on GI. The prime concern of the “LedX” and educationalists is to offer a cutting-edge course on Geographical Indications specially designed for legal and non-legal aspirants.
- To provide an extensive career-oriented course for achieving proficiency in Geographical Indication.
- To discuss the most relevant and important provisions of the International framework of Geographical Designs, Paris Convention, 1883, Madrid Convention, 1981, Lisbon Convention, 1958 etc.
- To understand the judicial pronouncement of the GI.
- To discuss the bone of contention in Geographical Indication.
Who should attend this course:-
The course shall be extremely useful for the aspirants of different competitive exams and students of B.A.LLB, LL.B, LL.M, B.B.A.,LL.B, students of Business, Management and corporate streams, and professionals including the practicing advocates.
- To achieve a fair and sound understanding of the concepts of the GI.
- To demonstrate good comprehension of GI in areas of aspirant’s interest or professional field.
- To apply basic research methods, data analysis, and interpretation in the field of GI.
- To identify the bone of contentions of GI, evaluate problem-solving strategies, and develop science-based solutions.
- To evaluate, integrate, and apply provisions and doctrine of GI to create a cohesive and persuasive argument, and to propose an effective design concept on the subject in hand.
Doubt Clearing Session:-
Certification & Verification:-
The successful learners will receive a subject expert signed Certificate with the branding of LedX to increase their job prospects.
Historical Overview, International framework on Geographical Designs, Emerging Issues, Genericide of Geographical Indications, Rectification and Correction of the Register, Remedies for Unlawful Use, Appeals to the Appellate Board.
Other Suggested Course:-
Trademark Law, Copyright Law, Patent Law, Patent Filling and its Procedure
Validity Of Course :-
Courses are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase.
- Lectures 49
- Quizzes 6
- Duration 9 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 235
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Unit-1: Introduction of GI and International Framework of GI
Unit-2: Important Provisions and Controversies relating to TRIPS
Unit-3: Brief Understanding of International Instruments of the Geographical Instruments
- Lisbon Agreement: Important Provisions and Case Study of Feta Cheese Case
- Case Study of Feta Cheese Case
- Lisbon Agreement: Appellation of Origin and Champagne Registration Case
- Madrid Agreement: Important Framework and Basic Features of the Agreement
- Madrid Agreement: Registration Process and Disadvantage of the Agreement
- Madrid Agreement: Indian Response to Madrid Agreement
- NAFTA: Important Framework and Bilateral Agreement
- NAFTA: Cultural Exception and National Treatment Clause
- Paris Convention: Paris Convention and other GI Instruments
- Paris Convention: Appellation of Origin and National Treatment
- Paris Convention: Important Provisions of the Convention
- Geographical Indication- Unit 3
Unit-4: The Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act, 1999
- Introduction, Definition and Important Provisions of GI Act, 1999
- Conditions for the Registration of Geographical Indication
- The Register and the Functions of the Registrar under GI Act, 1999 (I)
- The Register and the Functions of the Registrar under GI Act, 1999 (II)
- Application for Registration and Acceptance or Withdrawal
- Advertisement of the Application and Opposition of the Registration
- Correction & Amendment of Application and Abandoned Application
- Duration, Renewal, Removal and Restoration of the GI
- Discretionary Power of Registrar under the GI Act, 1999
- Geographical Indication- Unit 4
Unit-5: The Case Study on the Consequences of the Registration of GI
- Case study on Unregistered GI (I)
- Case study on Unregistered GI (II)
- Case study on the Grant of GI (I)
- Case study on the Grant of GI (II)
- Case study on the Grant of GI (III)
- Case study on the Grant of GI (IV)
- Case study on the Rule of Passing off (I)
- Overview of the Previous topics and Study
- Case study on the Rule of Passing off (II)
- Case study on the Rights Conferred on the Registered User
- Geographical Name Registered as Copyright
- Geographical Indication- Unit 5
Unit-6: The Provisions of Prior User, Rectification and Redressal under GI Act, 1999
- Prior User and the Trademark
- Procedure for the Rectification and the Correction of the Register
- Alteration of the Registered Geographical Indication
- Unlawful Use of GI
- Penalty for the Unlawful use of GI
- The Appellate Board
- Procedure of the Rectification before Appellate Tribunal
- Geographical Indication- Unit 6