Unit description

Intellectual property is now a matter of global law and public policy-making. This seminar-style, paper course provides insights into the system and workings of the international intellectual property law, in particular the Paris, Berne and Rome Conventions, the WTO-TRIPS Agreement, the WIPO Copyright Treaty and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty, against the background of comparative law.

Unit content

Topic 1 Introduction: Evolution of international intellectual property: overview from its beginnings to most recent developments
Topic 2: The system of international protection in the field of industrial property law
Topic 3: The system of international protection in the field of copyright and related rights law
Topic 4: A shift at the international level: The inclusion of intellectual property in trade treaties and trade measures:
Topic 5: Recent Developments in WIPO
Topic 6: The future of international intellectual property law: trends to be observed

Learning outcomes

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Learning outcomes and graduate attributes

Teaching and assessment

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