Canadian Intellectual Property Office’s Trademarks Branch one of the world’s worst for delays

A confluence of factors has made the trademarks processor one of the most delayed, say lawyers

Canadian Intellectual Property Office’s Trademarks Branch one of the world’s worst for delays

A significant overhaul of the Trademarks Act, which Canada implemented less than a year before the pandemic hit, has led to a massive backlog in trademark examinations.

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