Gujarat National Law University is a National Law University established under the Gujarat National Law University Act, 2003 in the state of Gujarat. The university is located at Gandhinagar, which is the capital of Gujarat and is located 23 kilometres north of the city of Ahmedabad.
GNLU Centre for Intellectual Property Rights (GCIPR) founded in January 2016 with an aim to conduct innovative and cutting-edge academic research and various training and extension activities for creating more awareness in the field of IP laws.
Functioning under the Centre is GNLU- GUJCOST RESEARCH CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE IN IP LAWS, POLICIES AND PRACTICES is established with the vision of creation and maintenance of superior quality Intellectual Capital through education, research, extension and training for the IPR stakeholders of India.
Location: Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.
About the Course:
Gujarat National Law University is organising a certificate course on Patent Law Practices in India and USA from 1st to 4th August 2019.
The Patent Law, as it began several decades ago was necessary to spur inventions and innovations that benefit both the inventor or innovator and mankind at large. However, the current Patent regime is an outcome of a continual demand of a less stressful life to which the industries have provided a befitting reply – so much so, that a wristwatch can now play music and make calls.
India’s patent law structure is often criticized and termed as being unnecessarily stringent in comparison to the supposedly developed, a more sophisticated legal structure like the United States.
Though bound by a world regulator, there is a constant struggle between the nations which invites a study of their individual patent laws. How much regulation is acceptable in order to strike a balance between protecting an invention and catering to the needs of a developing nation?
This course aims to give an in-depth understanding of Patent Law and its fundamentals, the requirements of patentability, drafting, reading and interpretation of patent specifications and patent office procedures.
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