Property created through human intellect or creativity is protected. Intellectual property gives the owner certain unique rights, subject to certain exceptions based upon factors contemplated in law.
Intellectual property rights give the owner certain sole or exclusive rights to enjoy the fruits of his intellectual creation and prohibit others from snatching the slice. The sole and exclusive rights associated with intellectual property rights are justified on a number of grounds.
With some exceptions, legal system in Canada provides protection to different types of intellectual property and permits licensing and assignment of the rights, which requires legal advice and assistance.
How Do We Help
|We at Toor Law Office help in protecting the property rights by getting the trade-marks and copyrights registered, and help in licensing of the said rights, and protecting them in court, if violated.