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Certified Trademark Law

Analyst
VS-1159
Certified Trademark Law Analyst
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Certification Code Certification Code Certification Code Certification Code VS-1159
Vskills certification for Trademark Law Analyst assesses the candidate as per the
company’s need for trademark protection and management The certification tests the
candidates on !ario"s areas in T#$%S& 'T(& '$%(& copyright& trademarks& )adrid
agreement& $ndian Trade )arks Act *1999+& geographical indications& ind"strial designs&
patents& %CT and trade secrets

'hy sho"ld one take this certification, 'hy sho"ld one take this certification, 'hy sho"ld one take this certification, 'hy sho"ld one take this certification,
This Co"rse is intended for professionals and grad"ates wanting to e-cel in their chosen
areas $t is also well s"ited for those who are already working and wo"ld like to take
certification for f"rther career progression

.arning Vskills Trademark Law Analyst Certification can help candidate differentiate in
today/s competiti!e 0o1 market& 1roaden their employment opport"nities 1y displaying
their ad!anced skills& and res"lt in higher earning potential

'ho will 1enefit from taking this certification, 'ho will 1enefit from taking this certification, 'ho will 1enefit from taking this certification, 'ho will 1enefit from taking this certification,
2o1 seekers looking to find employment in legal or $%# departments of !ario"s companies&
st"dents generally wanting to impro!e their skill set and make their CV stronger and
e-isting employees looking for a 1etter role can pro!e their employers the !al"e of their
skills thro"gh this certification
Test 3etails Test 3etails Test 3etails Test 3etails
• 3"ration4 3"ration4 3"ration4 3"ration4 56 min"tes
• 7o of 8"estions4 7o of 8"estions4 7o of 8"estions4 7o of 8"estions4 56
• )a-im"m marks4 )a-im"m marks4 )a-im"m marks4 )a-im"m marks4 56& %assing marks4 95 *56:+
There is no negati!e marking in this mod"le
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Trademark Law Analysts are in great demand Companies speciali>ing in legal or $%# are
constantly hiring skilled Trademark Law Analysts Vario"s p"1lic and pri!ate companies
also need Trademark Law Analyst s for their legal or $%# departments





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Ta1le of Contents Ta1le of Contents Ta1le of Contents Ta1le of Contents

1 1 1 1 ?lo1ali>ation& 'T( and T#$%S ?lo1ali>ation& 'T( and T#$%S ?lo1ali>ation& 'T( and T#$%S ?lo1ali>ation& 'T( and T#$%S
1.1 Globalization, Technological Advancement and IPRs
1.2 World Trade Organization (WTO)
1.3 Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Agreement
1.4 Paris Convention
1.5 Intellectual Property Rights and India

9 9 9 9 Copyright and #elated #ights Copyright and #elated #ights Copyright and #elated #ights Copyright and #elated #ights
2.1 Advantages of Copyright
2.2 World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
2.3 Indian Copyright Act, 1957
2.4 Frequently Asked Questions on Copyright

< < < < Trade )arks Trade )arks Trade )arks Trade )arks
3.1 History and Meaning of Trade Marks
3.2 Functions of Trade Marks
3.3 Recent Developments and Trends in Trade Marks
3.4 Madrid Agreement and the Madrid Protocol
3.5 Geographic Scope of Protection of a Trade Mark
3.6 New Progress in China's Trade Mark Protection
3.7 Fraudulent Online Identity Sanctions Act
3.8 International Trade Mark Law Harmonization
3.9 Future Trends and Current Problems

@ @ @ @ Trade )arks Law in $ndia Trade )arks Law in $ndia Trade )arks Law in $ndia Trade )arks Law in $ndia
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Indian Trade Marks Act, 1999
4.3 Leading Case Laws in Trade Marks
4.4 Suggestions

5 5 5 5 Laws #elating to ?eographical $ndications *?$s+ Laws #elating to ?eographical $ndications *?$s+ Laws #elating to ?eographical $ndications *?$s+ Laws #elating to ?eographical $ndications *?$s+
5.1 Geographical Indications under TRIPS
5.2 Indian Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act, 1999

5 5 5 5 Laws #elating to $nd"strial 3esigns Laws #elating to $nd"strial 3esigns Laws #elating to $nd"strial 3esigns Laws #elating to $nd"strial 3esigns
6.1 Industrial Design Rights
6.2 Advantages of Industrial Design Rights
6.3 Indian Designs Act, 2000
6.4 Frequently Asked Questions about Designs Act



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A A A A %atents $ncl"ding the 7ew %atents $ncl"ding the 7ew %atents $ncl"ding the 7ew %atents $ncl"ding the 7ew Varieties of %lants Varieties of %lants Varieties of %lants Varieties of %lants
7.1 Patents in Historical Perspective
7.2 Classification of Patents
7.3 Advantages of Patents
7.4 Indian Patent Act, 1970
7.5 Patent Co-operation Treaty (PCT)
7.6 Neem Patent
7.7 Jeevani (Kani Tribe)
7.8 Frequently Asked Questions about Patents
7.9 Indian Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Right Act, 2001

B B B B Laws #elating to Layo"t 3esigns of $ntegrated Circ"it *$C+ Laws #elating to Layo"t 3esigns of $ntegrated Circ"it *$C+ Laws #elating to Layo"t 3esigns of $ntegrated Circ"it *$C+ Laws #elating to Layo"t 3esigns of $ntegrated Circ"it *$C+
8.1 Integrated Circuit Layouts
8.2 Utility Model
8.3 Indian Semi-conductor Integrated Circuits Layout Design Act, 2000

9 9 9 9 %rotection of Cndisclosed $nformation *Trade Secrets+ %rotection of Cndisclosed $nformation *Trade Secrets+ %rotection of Cndisclosed $nformation *Trade Secrets+ %rotection of Cndisclosed $nformation *Trade Secrets+
9.1 Meaning and Scope of Trade Secrets
9.2 Trade Secrets Protection
9.3 Trade Secrets Infringement
9.4 Tips for Safeguarding Trade Secrets


























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Sample D"estions Sample D"estions Sample D"estions Sample D"estions
1 1 1 1 Copyright law protects Copyright law protects Copyright law protects Copyright law protects
A Tangi1le property
E $ntangi1le property
C The name of a partic"lar good or ser!ice
3 $deas contained in !aried forms of e-pression

9 99 9 %atent law protects %atent law protects %atent law protects %atent law protects
A $n!entions that feat"re some sort of "tility f"nction
E 3esigns of a man"fact"red good
C %lants that may 1e reprod"ced thro"gh seeds
3 Eoth A and E are correct

< << < Trademark law protects Trademark law protects Trademark law protects Trademark law protects
A 'ords& sym1ols or de!ices that differentiate goods or ser!ices from one another
E (nly 1rand names
C (nly 1rand names
3 $n!entions that feat"re some sort of "tility f"nction

@ @@ @ 'ithin the CS 'ithin the CS 'ithin the CS 'ithin the CS& a trademark & a trademark & a trademark & a trademark may 1e claimed 1y may 1e claimed 1y may 1e claimed 1y may 1e claimed 1y
A The person who first registers a trademark with the %atent and Trademark (ffice
E The person who first registers and designates a trademark thro"gh the F sym1ol
C The person who first "ses a trademark
3 7one of the a1o!e

5 55 5 As a res"lt of the ;ederal 3il"tion Trademark Act& trademarks As a res"lt of the ;ederal 3il"tion Trademark Act& trademarks As a res"lt of the ;ederal 3il"tion Trademark Act& trademarks As a res"lt of the ;ederal 3il"tion Trademark Act& trademarks
A Last for the d"ration of only two years& 1"t are renewa1le "pon e-piration
E )ay not 1e "sed witho"t consent in news commentary or reports
C )ay not 1e 1o"ght or sold 1etween different firms
3 )ay not 1e "sed witho"t consent on dissimilar prod"cts


Answers: 1 (B), 2 (D), 3 (A), 4 (C), 5 (D)