29 Jan 2021

Who can register an industrial design?

The owner of a design (usually the one who has created it, or the person who has contracted out the work for such a design) can register directly. It is highly recommended to consult with a licensed patent/trademark agent or lawyer before preparing an application to ensure that the application is in conformity with the guidelines set out by the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO).

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What is an industrial design?

Industrial designs are about how things look. More technically speaking, they are the visual features of shape, configuration, pat...

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How long does a registered industrial design last?

The term for the exclusive right granted by the registration of an industrial design in Canada begins on the date of registration ...

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