At the end of the training activity, the student should have acquired knowledge and skills related to the most important issues of Intellectual Property Law. In particular, it is expected that the student will be able to:
1. Know the legal provisions contained in the Industrial Property Code and in the Copyright Law, in particular, with regard to trademarks, inventions, know-how, software and data bases; read and understand case law decisions; systematically read the rules also in light of doctrinal and case law principles (knowledge and understanding skills);
2. apply interpretations acquired in real cases; be able to perform practical case studies through legal argumentation technics under the Teacher’s supervision (ability to apply knowledge and comprehension);
3. be able to independently and critically analyze case law decisions and real cases through the process of interpretation of facts and their legal qualification (autonomy of judgment);
4. be able to link different matters with basic and related disciplines.