Trademarks are so commonly used in our everyday life, to the point that they exist for almost everything in the marketplace. Trademarks make it easier for us to select the “right” stuff among many competing choices; it gives us a sense of assurance to the source and quality of the goods or services that we pay.
Trademark, as an intellectual property, has its unique business value and is often involved in various kinds of commercial transactions. One of the most common commercial transactions is a trademark transfer, also known as a trademark assignment.
In response to the current COVID-19 outbreak, CIPO (Canada Intellectual Property Office) had released two announcements on March 17 and March 27, 2020, respectively, to extend the relevant trademark practice deadlines to May 1, 2020.
Witmart hosted it’s first ever seminar on Oct 24, 2019 to a group of small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) to learn about the basics of trademarking in Canada.
At Witmart we know that the client is number one and should be celebrated. Meet Dr. John Balkansky, the lead doctor at iWellness Rehab and Wellness Clinic, specializing in total body health. Witmart was happy to help Dr. Balkansky to secure his trademark so he can continue to service his patients.
How long does trademark registration in Canada take? Depending on your level of trademark expertise, the time varies. Here's a look at typical processing times.
Canadian trademark registration can be expensive, but if you want to grow and protect your brand, it's a necessary investment. Here's how much it will cost.
What do the recent changes to Canadian trademark law mean for trademark registration in Canada? Here's how registered and pending trademarks have been affected.
The Canadian trademark registration process is complicated, and DIY trademark filing can increase your risk of rejection. Here's why you should hire a professional.