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Patent Law
I have a technical background in computer engineering and particular experience in all aspects of 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. 

In today's fast changing technology marketplace, a patent portfolio is a valuable tool that can help your business stay ahead of your competition.
 

Licensing
Just like any other property right, patents and industrial designs can be brought and sold.  With particular experience in the negotiation of technology licenses, we can help you get the most out of your intellectual property portfolio.
 

Technology Law
Whether you're a startup or an established business, we can also help you handle all of your drafting needs, including ecommerce agreements, terms of use agreements and privacy policies, so you can concentrate on growing your business.

 

Contact us, and let us lead the way.

 

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US patent system moves to first-to-file
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Today, H.R. 1249, the America Invents Act, passed the US House of Representatives. The US Senate had passed a similar bill (S. 23) in March. The pair of bills have some differences between them that needs to be resolved, but together … Continue reading


The drive to determine what is patentable
Monday, June 20, 2011
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal of Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc., on the issue of whether or not methods of medical diagnosis are patentable in the US. Closer to home, tomorrow is … Continue reading


Patents claiming a method of doing business – Appeal to be heard in June
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
As posted earlier, the Federal Court in Amazon v. Canada, 2010 FC 1011 held that a method of doing business (a “business method”) can be patentable subject matter. The Department of Justice on behalf of the Canadian Intellectual Property Office … Continue reading


The evidentiary standard for challenging US patent validity
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Yesterday, the US Supreme Court wrapped up oral arguments for Microsoft Corporation v. i4i Limited Partnership, in which i4i sued Microsoft for patent infringement. This case has attracted worldwide attention, not only because the infringing product (MS Word) is widely … 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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