Trademark Agent Service
Trademark Agent Mississauga and Toronto
What Trademark Agent Services Does SLC Law Offer in Canada?
SLC Law offers Canadian licensed trademark agent services in Mississauga, Toronto, and all across Canada to assist with your trademark application needs. A Canadian licensed trademark agent at SLC Law can assist with preparing and filing your trademark application. At SLC Law, a licensed trademark agent in Canada can assist you with your goods and services drafted in proper commercial terms, assess your trademark application with respect to statutory requirements that your trademark application must meet, and provide trademark search services, amongst other trademark agent services.
If you require a licensed trademark agent in Canada, contact us today to discuss how we can assist you with registering your trademark in Canada.
We can assist you with filing a trademark application and responding to any examiner's reports / office actions. Contact SLC Law today to speak to a knowledgeable trademark agent to prosecute your trademark application to registration.
Our trademark lawyers / trademark attorney / trademark agent assists individual clients and corporations across Canada, including the Greater Toronto Area, including Mississauga, Toronto, Oakville, Brampton, Milton, Burlington, Guelph, Kitchener, and Waterloo.
What is a Canadian Trademark Agent?
In Canada, a licensed trademark agent is a person who holds a trademark agent licence issued by CPATA/CABAMC. A licensed trademark agent in Canada is entitled to represent persons in the presentation and prosecution of applications for the registration of trademarks or in other business before the Office of the Registrar of Trademarks.
In short, a licensed trademark agent prepares and files applications for the registration of trademarks and deals with other trademark issues with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO).
What is a Trademark?
A trademark is defined as follows under the Trademarks Act:
- a sign or combination of signs that is used or proposed to be used by a person for the purpose of distinguishing or so as to distinguish their goods or services from those of others, or
- a certification mark.
Usually, when people refer to a trademark, they are referring to the first bullet-point above. Therefore, a trademark is not just a mark, such as ABC, on its own, but a mark used or proposed to be used by a person for the purpose of distinguishing or so as to distinguish their goods or services from those of others. See our article on trademarks for more information, as well as our article on protecting intellectual property.
What is a Certification Mark?
Under the Trademarks Act, a certification mark is defined as follows:
a sign or combination of signs that is used or proposed to be used for the purpose of distinguishing or so as to distinguish goods or services that are of a defined standard from those that are not of that defined standard, with respect to
- the character or quality of the goods or services,
the working conditions under which the goods are produced or the services performed,
the class of persons by whom the goods are produced or the services performed, or
the area within which the goods are produced or the services performed.
Trademark Agent Services Toronto, Mississauga, and across Canada
A trademark agent at SLC Law can assist with many different aspects of the presentation and prosecution of applications for the registration of trademarks or in other business before CIPO.
Additionally, a trademark agent at SLC Law can assist you with trademark searching. See our trademark search services for more information.
A trademark agent can prepare and file your trademark application. In the preparation of your trademark application, a trademark agent can ensure if meets various statutory requirements and correspond with CIPO in regard to issues that can arise with a trademark application. For more information about our trademark preparation and filing services, see our trademark preparation and filing page.
A trademark agent at SLC Law can also guide you in regard to use requirements of a trademark under the Trademarks Act, as well as guide you in regard to numerous other trademark matters.
Contact SLC Law to speak to a trademark agent