Imine as substituent nomenclature

I am trying to name the following compound:

I thought the name would be: (E)-3-[(4-methylphenyl)methylideneamino]benzoic acid

I stayed away from benzylidene since P-57.1.2 indicates no substitution on this preferred prefix. However, Chemdraw shows the name as: (E)-3-((4-methylbenzylidene)amino)benzoic acid

Is my Chemdraw outdated? If so, is my name correct or is there a better way to name this compound? I am also a bit confused as to when to use parenthesis, brackets, or braces with substituent names, am I using them correctly? If not, why? Also should it be "amino" or "aza", I am confused as to when to use one or the other (similar to "oxa" vs "oxo", I think; unrelated but I also don't get the difference between those).

Preferred IUPAC names for prefixes corresponding to $$\ce{-NHR}$$, $$\ce{-NRR'}$$, or $$\ce{-NR2}$$ are formed by prefixing the names of the groups $$\ce{R}$$ and $$\ce{R'}$$ to the prefix ‘amino’, for example ‘methylamino’ for $$\ce{-NH-CH3}$$. Prefixes such as azanyl and azanylidene may be used in general nomenclature.