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12 April 20222 minute read

Canadian intellectual property lawyers contribute to Chambers Global Practice Guide on Trademarks

Recognized Canadian intellectual property lawyers have contributed to the Canada section of the 2022 Chambers Trade Marks Global Practice Guide. In the 2022 Trade Mark guide, Chris Bennett, David Spratley, Sangeetha Punniyamoorthy and Michal Kasprowicz provide insights into perennial issues, challenges and new developments in Canadian trademarks.

Written by subject matter experts in each jurisdiction, the Trade Mark 2022 guide features 25 jurisdictions allowing clients to compare and contrast laws in each country. Topics covered include registration, assignment and licensing, opposition procedure, litigating trademark claims, trademark revocation/cancellation, litigation, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and resolving litigation.

Chambers Global Practice Guides provide clients with expert legal commentary on the main practice areas in key jurisdictions around the world. Designed with clients in mind, both in-house lawyers and senior management, they enable the business client to identify and compare current legal issues across jurisdictions in a range of business-critical practice areas.

As part of a global law firm, the Canadian Intellectual Property and Technology Group belongs to one of the largest groups of IP lawyers in the world, offering international reach on a full range of intellectual property law, privacy, and technology law services for leading businesses worldwide.