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Intellectual Property Law
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Trademark 101 – How do I make sure my preferred business name is not taken?
While it is stressful for many people going through this COVID-19 pandemic, and lockdown forcing many of us to work from[...]
Intellectual Property Law
Blog
Reading time: 2 mins
Patent 101 - I want to protect my invention. Where or how do I start?
You come up with an invention, and you want to protect your invention. So, where do you start?  There are[...]
Intellectual Property Law
Blog
Reading time: 2 mins
Trademark 101 – How do pick a good name for my business?
It is often very difficult, and it takes enormous effort to come up with a good business name, and when you[...]
Intellectual Property Law
Blog
Reading time: 4 mins
Industrial Designs: What’s New?
What changes were recently made to industrial designs practice in Canada? Read about amendments to the Industrial Design Act and new regulations, and what these mean for rights holders.
Intellectual Property Law
Blog
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Poppies, Possums and Protecting your Currency
Readers may not have considered the importance of protecting the IP properties of currency. However, mints like the Royal Canadian Mint are commercial enterprises, and contracts for foreign circulation can be very lucrative. A recent dispute between the Royal Canadian Mint and the Royal Australian Mint illustrates the lengths at which currency manufacturers are willing to go to protect their brand.
Intellectual Property Law
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Reading time: 3 mins
Tough break? KitKat and the fight over those four fingers
How distinctive is the four-fingered KitKat? Our latest IP blog post looks at the trademark battle between Nestlé and Cadbury over KitKat’s four fingers.
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