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1. Webinar: Updated TMOB Electronic Services, 56:36

Webinar: Updated TMOB Electronic Services

TMOBはTrademarks Opposition Board(商標異議審判部)の略称で、Opposition(異議申立) and Section 45(不使用取消)の手続を取り扱います。カナダ商標法第45条では、商標権者が第45条の告知の日付より前の3年間にカナダで商標の使用を示すことができない場合、商標登録の削除(抹消)を要求することができます。

商標登録insideNews: Intellectual property office tackles pending trademark application backlog | The Lawyer’s Daily

On May 3, 2021, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) published two new Practice Notices aiming to address its unexamined application backlog. There is currently a significant examination backlog consisting of over 161,000 applications having filing dates stretching back to April of 2018. CIPO is receiving new applications at the rate of about 6,000 applications per month, but is only issuing about 4,000 examination reports per month. It is critical to address the backlog to avert a total collapse of the Canadian trademark system.

情報源: Intellectual property office tackles pending trademark application backlog – The Lawyer’s Daily

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Intellectual property protection abroad
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商標登録insideNews: Be prepared: Fees for some of our services will increase on January 1, 2021 | Canadian Intellectual Property Office

January 1, 2021 fee adjustment: On January 1, 2021, the fees for the services outlined below will increase by 2%, in accordance with the Service Fees Act. Note that not all fees are subject to the annual adjustment.

情報源: Fees for trademarks – Canadian Intellectual Property Office

Application for the registration of a trademark;
Statement of opposition;
Application to extend the statement of goods or services;
Request for the giving of one or more notices under subsections 44(1) or 45(1) of the Trademarks Act;
Renewal of a registered trademark;
Issuance of a certificate of registration under item 15 of the Tariff of Fees of the former Trade‑marks Regulations;
Trademark agent qualifying examination;
Request for a name to be entered, maintained or reinstated on the list of trademark agents.

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Intellectual Property Strategy

商標登録insideNew: New initiative – Trademark amendments without an examiner’s report | Canadian Intellectual Property Office

Effective on May 20, 2020, we are starting a new initiative. You or your appointed agent might get a call from a trademark examiner asking for:Verbal permission to amend your application. A trademark examiner might call to ask for verbal permission to:add missing disclaimers related to the use of a trademarked colour system or the 11-point maple leaf. An electronic revised trademark application. A trademark examiner might call to ask you to send an amended trademark application, if:a registration symbol (example: “TM” or “MC”) needs to be removedtypographical errors need to be correctedthe entire mark is disclaimedpriority claims are not properly linked to an amended statement of goods and servicesthe statement of goods and services is improperly separated by punctuation (example: a displaced semicolon)the Nice Classification is incorrecta colour claim is incomplete

情報源: File a new or amended trademark or certification mark application – Canadian Intellectual Property Office

商標登録insideNews: Discover intellectual property Bring your creations to life. Learn why intellectual property matters. – Canadian Intellectual Property Office

Learn why IP is essential for Canadian innovators, entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized businesses in a highly competitive and global marketplace.

情報源: Discover intellectual property Bring your creations to life. Learn why intellectual property matters. – Canadian Intellectual Property Office

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商標登録insideNews: Welcoming Canada to the Madrid System and E-Filing on the same day | WIPO

Canada is all set to release the Madrid e-filing service to its trademark community, on the same day the Madrid System comes into effect.On June 17, 2019, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) will be the first in the history of the Madrid Protocol to invite trademark applicants to use Madrid e-filing for their international trademark applications from day one.

情報源: Welcoming Canada to the Madrid System and E-Filing on the same day