Patent

By: Benoît & Côté  10-04-2012
Keywords: Law Firm, Legal Firm, Intellectual Property

Patents A patent is a right, granted by government, to exclude others from making, using, or selling your invention in Canada. The Patent Office is a part of the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) and is responsible for granting patents in Canada. Patentability searches and opinions; Drafting, filing and prosecuting patent applications; Coordinating patent filings in foreign countries through foreign associates; Freedom-to-operate and infringement opinions; Due diligence verifications for intellectual property portfolios; Patent portfolio management services (reports, budgets and strategy development) Payment of Annual maintenance fees; and Training seminars (basic or advanced) on patents.

Keywords: Intellectual Property, Law Firm, Legal Firm, Patent Agent, Patent Agents, Patent Trademark

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