Intellectual Property Law Short Course [16 – 18 July 2014 ]

Innovation is the primary driver for accelerated growth in any economy and most significantly in South Africa.

Since 2012 Government’s focus has been on the knowledge economy and by establishing the incentive for advancement in technology, art, culture, manufacturing and science, intellectual property (IP) remains central to our country’s sustained development. A sound understanding of IP law is imperative to succeed in any competitive environment and increasingly relevant to non-legal practitioners. For many, their business will stand or fall with IP.

Therefore, this short course will offer a theoretical and practice-driven introduction to the law of patents, trademarks, copyright and designs. It aims to equip attendees with the skills required to identify, protect and promote the benefit they may derive from IP as well as demystify IP law.

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