Patent

A patent is a monopoly granted to an inventor by the government, securing him/her the exclusive right to manufacture, exploit, use and sell the patented invention. While there is some homogeneity internationally, there are differences in patent laws and regulations for almost every country. Not all countries are signatory to the various international treaties dealing with intellectual property rights on a worldwide scale.

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cb photo 111 561d6b13433c5JONATHAN ROCH

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Jonathan assists clients with their intellectual property rights including patents, trademarks, copyrights, industrial designs and trade secretsMBM read_more_btn

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 The process of invention is complete only with the IP protection provided in law. That's where MBM comes in. We match our clients' creative thinking with the creative protection needed to achieve their goals.Read More About MBM

MBM Successfully Upholds Agreement to Restrict Use of Descriptive Terms

Before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Scott Miller of MBM Intellectual Property Law LLP, representing Skipper Online Services (SOS) Inc. d.b.a. Boaterexam.com, successfully brought an application (No. 11-52596) to enforce an agreement which restricted...Read More