Your Ideas ● Your Designs ● Your Images ● Your Rights
Carson IP is a division of Carson Law which specializes in and focuses exclusively on intellectual property including patents, trademarks, designs, and copyright.
We work with our clients to determine a clear path to protecting your ideas and designs, while establishing and implementing an overall global intellectual property strategy. In addition to preparing and filing patent, trademark, design and copyright applications in Canada and around the world, members of our team have provided guidance in the negotiation of commercial transactions, including acquisitions and sales of businesses with IP assets and licensing and distribution agreements. We can also provide assistance and counsel with respect to Intellectual Property litigation in Federal and Ontario Courts.
Carson IP offers global resources and experience to businesses of all shapes and sizes, from sole proprietorships to multi-national corporations. No matter how big or small your operation, we are here to look after your best interests, protect your ideas, and help navigate the road ahead.
At Carson IP, Your Future is Our Focus.
Our Intellectual Property Services
Preparing and filing a trademark application from information supplied
Filing certified copy of a foreign application or registration
Reporting Notice of Approval for advertisement
Reporting Notice of Allowance
Preparing and filing a declaration of use
Paying registration fee after allowance and forwarding certificate of registration
Filing an assignment or other title document
Renewing a trade-mark registration and forwarding certificate of registration
Preparing and filing an application to amend a registration to extend the statement of wares or services
Preparing and filing a request to have a registered trade-mark expunged
Preparing and filing an application based on information received (excluding preparation of formal drawings)
Receiving and reviewing Certificate of Registration
Reporting to you with due date for payment of maintenance fee and marking requirements
Docketing reminder to you to pay maintenance fee
Payment of maintenance fee to maintain registration after 5 years
Preliminary patent-ability search
Filing original or divisional patent application or filing a request to enter the National Phase in Canada (when all papers received for filing)
Filing an assignment or title document in the Patent Office
Receiving and reviewing Notice of Allowance and reporting to you
Paying final fee and receiving and forwarding to you Letters Patent
Preparing and filing a copyright application