Kitchener, ON Trademarks Attorneys

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  • D. Michael Bean
  • Kitchener, ON Canada
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  • Rowland Richards
  • Partner at Phillips Lytle LLP
  • Kitchener, ON Canada
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  • D. Michael Bean
  • Partner at Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
  • Kitchener, ON Canada
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  • Timothy Sinnott
  • Partner at Bereskin & Parr LLP
  • Kitchener, ON Canada
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  • Elizabeth Afolabi
  • Associate at Bereskin & Parr LLP
  • Kitchener, ON Canada
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  • Thomas E. Popek
  • Associate at Phillips Lytle LLP
  • Kitchener, ON Canada
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  • Cynthia A. Nash
  • Kitchener, ON Canada
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Trademarks

A trademark or service mark is a word, symbol, name or device (or combination of elements) that is used to identify a particular company or product. Trademarks, which are a form of intellectual property, can be valuable assets and should be treated as such. Trademark lawyers or intellectual property attorneys can work with businesses to register trademarks with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as well as trademark authorities in other countries. In the event that another company or person is potentially infringing upon a trademark, intellectual property law firms can help trademark owners take legal action or defend accused infringers.