FICCI’s Course on Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Law [IPComp]: Register by May 10; Please Mention Lawctopus

Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) has started Online Certificate Course on Competition Law & Intellectual Property Rights (IPComp).

Course Coverage includes topics such as, Introduction to Competition Law and Intellectual Property laws, Interface between Competition law and Intellectual Property Law, Anti-Competitive practices involving IPR, International aspects of Competition law, discussions on Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) and their availability on Fair, Reasonable, and Non-Discriminatory(FRAND) terms, Case based learning.

Course Fees:

  • For students : Rs. 6500/-
  • For Industry Professionals : Rs. 8500/-
  • For Others : Rs. 8500/-

Course Duration:

2 Months


Module I – Introduction to the Course

  • Introduction to Competition law
  • Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights
  • Intellectual Property Laws and Competition Law

Module II – Competition Law in India

  • Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices (MRTP) Act, 1969
  • 1999: Raghavan Committee on MRTP Act
  • The Competition Act, 2002
  • MRTP act, 1969 and Competition Act, 2002
  • Competition Commission of India

Module III – Anti-Competitive Practices in Regulated Sectors

  • Anti-Competitive Agreements
  • Abuse of Dominance
  • Combinations including mergers and acquisitions
  • Anti-Competitive practices involving IPR

Module IV – International aspects of Competition law

  • This module deals with Competition law in Australia, Canada, Europe, USA, Russia, Brazil, Japan and South Africa.

Module V – Competition law and Intellectual Property Law in Pharmaceutical Sector

  • This module deals with the cases related to pharmaceutical industry with reference to Competition law as well as Intellectual property law.

Module VI – Standard Essential Patents (SEP) and FRAND Licensing

  • Standard Setting organizations (SSOs)
  • What are Essential Patents (EPs)
  • Licensing of EPs and fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) terms
  • Latest developments in FRAND and SEP litigation

Module VII – Case Studies

  • This module deals with the Case laws in USA, Canada, European Union, UK and India

If and when you register, please mention ‘Lawctopus’ as the source of information (See image below).

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