Seminar-Workshop on Substantive Laws and Jurisprudence on Intellectual Property


Posted on October 16, 2013

On July 25–26, 2013, PHILJA conducted the Seminar-Workshop on Substantive Laws and Jurisprudence on Intellectual Property for Special Commercial Court Judges in the NCJR and selected SC and CA Attorneys, in partnership with the Intellectual Property Office (IPO).The seminar-workshop, the first in the series on substantive laws and jurisprudence on intellectual property, was attended by 75 participants who were apprised on how to access IPO assistance in trials involving highly technical evidence or matters and topics on trademarks; copyrights; intellectual property rights violations; cybercrime investigation; patents, industrial designs, utility models; and TRO/preliminary injunctions and other remedies with the end goal of enhancing the capacity of judges and court attorneys for the effective, efficient and expeditious disposition of intellectual property cases. Group workshops were facilitated to assess participants’ learnings from the lectures.

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