Intellectual Property: Interface with unfair competition
There is a close relationship between intellectual property law and competition law. This is so considering the activity of economic operators in the market who -in some cases- resort to marketing and commercialization strategies for their goods and/or services that are not always aligned with the principles that govern loyal and fair competition. Thus, for example, acts of confusion, imitation or deception through the use of trademarks, slogans, designs, utility models or works protected by copyright that belong to third parties usually occur within the competitive race initiated by said economic operators. For this reason, the need arises to understand the concepts that underlie competition law and how complementary they are both substantially and procedurally for the defense of intellectual property.
Unfair Competition Law
Luis Diez Canseco
The course has the following objectives:
- Provide participants with the principles of the law of repression of unfair competition and its link with intellectual property.
- Learn the principles and forms through which the competitive process is revealed, as well as its distortions, with particular attention to intellectual property.
- Learn the aspects of competition related to unfair actions (as part of Competition Law) and how it is linked to advertising and marketing (as the most usual means to materialize unfair behavior).
- Analyze the aspects in which unfair competition complements or collides with intellectual property (distinctive signs, inventions, copyright).
STUDENT EVALUATION SYSTEM
- Class participation
- Final exam
|Non members with partners in ASIPI
|Members of Support Associations
|Number of modules
|September 7 - November 2
|4- 6 pm Lima time (Wednesdays)