Intellectual property rights - basic course 2200-KINT-2
Intellectual property law refers to a group of laws that protect intanigle goods. The category is not homogenous. The notion comprises copyright law as well as industrial property law such as patent and protective rights to trademarks. The lecture focuses only on the construction of the main exclusive rights and the basic principles of their protection. The lecture also explains the claims to which the owner of these rights is entitled. The establishment of the EC heavily influenced intellectual property law. Students are specifically taught how the basic principle of free movement of goods changed contemporary intellectual property law.
Type of course
After completing the course, students should be generally familiar with the contemporary system of intellectual proerty binding in the Republic of Poland, the European Union and functioning at the international level.
Students are able to recognise the essence of the rights to intangible property and exclusive rights to intelectual property
The course is passed on the basis of a final written test on the internet platform.. Marks depend on the number of correct answers. A positive mark is awarded if 60 percent of the answers are correct.
All necessary information is provided on an internet platform in the form of written papers and practical presentations.
Information on level of this course, year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered, types and amount of class hours - can be found in course structure diagrams of apropriate study programmes. This course is related to the following study programmes:
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