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Offered in partnership with the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC), this program offers a comprehensive suite of pragmatic courses to help practitioners in the legal, business and government sectors keep up to date on the latest in intellectual property. Taught by seasoned IP professionals, the program is made up of three specialized courses in the areas of patents, trademarks and copyright. Participants can sign up for individual modules, full courses, or enrol in the entire program to gain knowledge of a specific aspect of IP, acquire the insights needed to protect a portfolio of intellectual property, or advance their careers in the area of IP law.
Understanding Trademarks: July 10 – July 14, 2023
Understanding Patents: July 17 – July 21, 2023
Copyright Master Class: July 24 – July 26, 2023
More information coming soon.
The program is designed to enable you to:
- Obtain and enforce a patent
- Procure a Canadian trademark
- Prepare trademark applications
- Manage a trademark
- Protect, enforce, and monetize a copyright
- Build strategies for exploiting IP rights
- Maximize value while balancing costs
Learn all about patents in a course delivered in two modules. The first provides an overview of patents and patenting, while the second provides you with insight into the strategies relating to establishing and exploiting the patent system, as well as enforcing or attacking a patent.
Learn from Canadian, American and European practitioners about acquiring, managing and protecting trademark assets, as well as dealing with contentious proceedings.
Copyright Master Class
Copyright law has become a key consideration in our society and economy, as well as becoming increasingly complex. Legislators, courts, public institutions and businesses all struggle to address the impact of new technologies, new uses and new legal issues. Learn from some of Canada’s copyright experts and gain valuable insights into the impact of these changes, as well as practical steps to dealing with them.
Although the Intellectual Property Summer Program is not pre-accredited by the Barreau du Québec, participants may still claim their professional development units (PDUs) by providing a letter from McGill. To obtain the letter, please contact ip.conted [at] mcgill.ca and provide your Barreau du Québec membership number and course/module completed.
|Understanding Trademarks Full Week Course||27.25||9||27.25|
|Understanding Trademarks Module 1||11.00||9||11.00|
|Understanding Trademarks Module 2||16.25||9||16.25|
|Understanding Patents Full Week Course||29.75||9||29.75|
|Understanding Patents Module 1||18.25||9||18.25|
|Understanding Patents Module 2||11.50||9||11.50|
|Copyright Master Class Full Course||16.00||9||16.00|
Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks, and Copyright)
Monday to Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.