Exam questions

[1] The notion and character of intellectual property rights.

[2] Treasures, economic products and labels.

[3] The notion of an author’s work.

[4] The scope of the copyright work.

[5] Distribution of copyright works: original works, works of art and collection.

[6] Unpublished, published and issued author’s works.

[7] Author and copyright holder.

[8] The notion of co-author’s work and the difference between the co-author’s work and the
merged work.

[9] Co-authorship on film work.

[10] Origin and duration of copyright.

[11] Personal authorization deriving from subjective copyright.

[12] Impossibility for the use of a copyrighted work in a physical form.

[13] Impossession rights to the use of a copyrighted work in a boreal form.

[14] Contents of subjective copyright in the broader sense („other powers“).
[15] Subjective copyright restrictions.

[16] Right interpreters.

[17] The law of phonogram producers.

[18] The right of video producers.

[19] The right of the emission producer.

[20] The right of the database manufacturer.

[21] The notion of invention as a subject of patent protection.

[22] Findings that are exempted from patent protection.

[23] Requirements for the grant of a patent.

[24] Finding law: concept, content and civil protection.

[25] Conflict between two independent inventors on patent rights.

[26] Patent recognition procedure: basic features, phases of the procedure, sufficient
description of the invention in the application.

[27] The right of priority in patent law.

[28] The origin and duration of the patent, with a special focus on the concept and content of
rights in the application.

[29] Termination of a patent.

[30] Scope of protection of the invention as a subject of patent protection.
[31] Contents of the patent.

[32] Patent restrictions: term, type, compulsory license.

[33] Designation as a subject of trademark protection: concept, functions, principle of
specialty.

[34] Absolute conditions for the protection of the mark with the stamp.

[35] Relative conditions for the protection of the mark with a stamp.

[36] The method of acquisition, origin and duration of the trademark.

[37] Termination of the trademark.

[38] The content of the protection of the mark with the stamp (the authority of the trademark
holder).

[39] Stamp limitations.

[40] Scope of the protection of the mark with a seal (content of the legal standard “danger of
creation of confusion in the commodity trade”).

[41] The right to protect the designation of geographical origin.

[42] Design protection right.

[43] The turnover of personal powers arising from certain intellectual property rights.

[44] The constitutive and transitional forms of the transfer of property rights arising from
certain intellectual property rights.

[45] Author’s contract: term, types, basic characteristics.

[46] ​​The right to review the contractual provisions of the copyright agreement on the
amount of royalties.

[47] The right to terminate the author’s contract due to the changed author’s perception (right
of repentance of the author).

[48] Publishing contract.

[49] Film contract.

[50] License Agreement: term, type, subject of license, basic features.

[51] Obligation of the licensee under the license agreement.

[52] Obligations of the licensee under the license agreement.

[53] Protection of intellectual property created by the performance of a contract of
employment.

[54] Civil law protection of exclusive intellectual property rights.

[55] Business secret (know-how).