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Intellectual Property Law and Technology Law
I am a lawyer and a computer engineer who can help you use patents, trademarks, copyrights and licenses to protect your inventions and brands.

Patent Law
Patents give you an exclusive right to make, sell, and market your invention in a particular country.  As a patent lawyer in Canada, I can help you use patents to secure and protect your business' valuable inventions, and to ensure that your competitors do not infringe your patents. 

Trademark Law
Your brand is your most valuable asset.  As a registered trademark agent in Canada (CIPO) and the United States (USPTO), I can help your business register trademark registrations to safeguard your business' goodwill and reputation throughout Canada and the US.

Copyright Law
As an author, a photographer, a musician, or an artist, your creative work is a copyrighted work.  We can work with you to protect it from being copied, replayed, or from being modified without your consent.

Intellectual Property Litigation
We can also help you navigate complex patent, trademark, and copyright litigation and domain name disputes.  From settlement negotiations to representing your interests in court, if someone infringes on your legal rights, misrepresents themselves or you have been unfairly accused, we can help.

Notary Public
We offer quick and convenient notarization and commissioner of oaths services for all types of statutory declarations, sworn statements, and affidavits.

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Colbert and Stewart: Copyright fair dealing
Friday, June 8, 2012

Have you ever wondered how Stephen Colbert or Jon Stewart can reproduce news clips without being sued for copyright infringement? Just because something is under copyright doesn’t mean it cannot be copied or used by someone other than the author. … Continue reading

Trademarking a sound in Canada
Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Great news for marketers, as starting today, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office will accept trademark applications for a mark consisting of a sound. This means that previously unprotected marketing materials such as jingles, vocal slogans, and song snippets that are … Continue reading

Trademark registration and a search for prior use
Sunday, May 29, 2011

Your brand is a way for your customers to identify and distinguish your goods and services from that of some else’s goods and services. Businesses therefore safeguard their brand with the registration of one or more trademarks. When registering for … Continue reading

Prior art and being the first to file a patent application
Friday, April 15, 2011

If you’ve heard of patents before you’ve probably heard of the term prior art.  A prior art is generally a public document that demonstrates the state of the art at a particular time. Since patents are only awarded to an … Continue reading

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