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The Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) is responsible for the
administration and processing of the greater part of intellectual property in
Canada. CIPO's areas of activity include: patents, trademarks, copyrights,
industrial designs and integrated circuit topographies.
Sep 12, 2017 ... Information on how to protect your intellectual property (IP) and gain competitive
Learn about intellectual property; understand the basics; protect innovations,
inventions; designs; brands.
Apr 13, 2016 ... Intellectual Property. The emphasis on innovation as a measure of global
competitiveness, as well as the growth in participation of the Canadian economy
in global trade have made the international dimension of intellectual property
policy increasingly important. There are numerous well established ...
First things first: get a quick handle on the basics of intellectual property before
The Policy on Title to Intellectual Property Arising Under Crown Procurement
Contracts (the Policy) addresses the ownership and licensing of intellectual
property ( IP ) arising during a Crown procurement contract. The objective of
Crown procurement contracts is to acquire goods and services and to carry out
construction in ...
See if intellectual property (IP) protection is right for you. Find forms, search
records or register copyrights, patents, trademarks or industrial designs. Find or
become a registered IP agent. See details of copyright law.
Intellectual Property (IP) Advisor act as a source of information about IP for small
and medium enterprises, entrepreneurs, post-secondary institutions and
Report and Government Response. Report 8: Intellectual Property and
Technology Transfer: Promoting Best Practices. Adopted by the Committee:
November 9, 2017; Presented to the House: November 23, 2017; Government
Response Requested. Report 8. Presented to the House: Thursday, November
23, 2017 ...
Mar 31, 2016 ... These Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines (the "Guidelines") articulate
how the Bureau approaches the interface between competition policy and IP
rights. They describe how the Bureau will determine whether conduct involving IP
raises an issue under the Act.
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