Canadian partners, Amrita V. Singh and Catherine (Cat) Lovrics will participate as instructors in the 2022 Intellectual Property Institute of Canada/McGill University summer IP courses. These courses will be offered in person between July 11 – 27. Participants will gain knowledge of specific aspects of IP, acquire the insights needed to protect a portfolio of intellectual property, and/or advance their careers in the area of IP law.
This practical course will provide insight on how to protect a brand’s most valuable asset. It is more important than ever to learn the nuances associated with the many different ways to distinguish a brand’s goods and services from others, and understand what you can and cannot register, and respond to Examiners’ reports, opposition proceedings and enforcement/litigation issues post-registration.
Amrita V. Singh will lead ‘Overview of Trademark Litigation in Canada – Infringement, Passing Off & Depreciation of Goodwill’, on July 14, as part of Module 2. Amrita will discuss:
Copyright Master Class
Copyright law has become a key consideration in a large number of areas of our society and economy. At the same time, it is becoming more complex, as legislators, courts, public institutions and businesses all struggle to address the impact of new technologies, new uses and new legal issues. This course will provide practical insights into the impact of these changes and how to deal with them.
Catherine (Cat) Lovrics will lead the ‘Social Media, Virtual & Augmented Reality, and Video Games’ course on July 27th and will touch on the following topics:
For more information on courses and fees, please click on the link below.
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