Canada’s Intellectual Property Law Firm

The Canadian Difference:
Designating Canada in Madrid Protocol trademark applications

Replay of Webinar Recorded on Tuesday May 18th

Speakers: Philip Lapin & Jamie-Lynn Kraft

For applicants who designate Canada in their Madrid Protocol applications, the Canadian Trademarks Office can present some surprising challenges. In this short webinar, we will highlight some of the unexpected issues that can arise and we will advise you how to avoid those issues or address them when they do arise.

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Designating Canada in Madrid Protocol trademark applications

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