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From the Experts

31
Jan

Three ways to handle patent fee changes this year

Inflation is a concern everywhere. The patent offices of the United States and Canada have changed their fees. Now is a good time to consider what you spend on patents, how to classify the expenses, how to budget, and how the changes could affect you. Learn useful ways to classify your expenses and use event-based...
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26
Jan

Patents: When do you do it yourself?

Intellectual property is one of those tasks that are critical to a technology startup but as fun filing your tax returns. As a founder you must balance between hiring an expert and doing it yourself.
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A photograph of mountains beside an inlet with a road winding its way up the inlet.
17
Jan

Get what every innovative organization needs: an IP plan, at zero cost

Every Canadian technology company should join National Research Council’s Industrial Research Assistance Program. They have grants to fund your IP portfolio.
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11
Jan

Does the death of the queen affect your patents?

When Queen Elizabeth II died in September 2022 she was the longest-serving monarch Canada has seen. Nobody practicing patent law today was practicing the last time the head of state changed. Does the event affect your patents?
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03
Jan

It takes seven years to get your Canadian patent granted

It takes about six years from your filing date to get a patent issued in Canada. You have options to reduce or increase this time and there are reasons to want to do either.
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Euler diagram of Canadian patent and trademark agents.
27
Dec

Counting Canadian patent and trademark agents

We finally have a way to count the number of patent and trademark agents in Canada.
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19
Dec

What is your seniority in Canadian patent agents?

See your seniority as a patent agent. As well, our profession should use people analytics.
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12
Dec

Canadian patent agents take ten minutes to update your registration

Canadian patent agents with privileges before the USPTO, please spend as little as ten minutes now to preserve your right to represent Canadians before the patent office of the United States. Also consider if our regulation system needs tweaking.
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IP notices are like signs on the border of a property.
07
Dec
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