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Securing The Future

Since 1893

We understand the business of innovation and the vital role that IP plays in today's competitive market-driven economy.

Securing The Future

Since 1893

We understand the business of innovation and the vital role that IP plays in today's competitive market-driven economy.

Securing The Future

Since 1893

We understand the business of innovation and the vital role that IP plays in today's competitive market-driven economy.

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Ridout & Maybee LLP is a full-service Canadian IP firm with offices in Toronto, Ottawa and Burlington serving clients across the country and internationally. Our firm consistently ranks as one of Canada’s top IP law firms in both Canadian and international surveys of in-house counsel.

We understand the business of innovation, and the vital role that IP plays in today’s competitive, market-driven economy.

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Meet Our People

The lawyers and patent and trademark agents at Ridout & Maybee LLP bring both legal expertise and real-world industry knowledge to work for our clients. Many of our professionals were leaders in their technical field prior to working in intellectual property law, and hold advanced degrees and certifications.

News

Webinar: Strategies for Managing a Canadian Trademark Portfolio in the COVID Recovery Economy

On April 22, join speakers Elliott Gold and Joanna Pitkin for a comprehensive webinar on the strategies for managing a Canadian trademark portfolio in the COVID recovery economy.

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Patent and R&D Trends in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Big Data

Matthew Norwood and Wael Nackasha outline some of the trends in 2021 for AI, Machine Learning and Big Data.

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Admissibility of Foreign Prosecution History in Canada

On January 20, 2021, the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) issued its much anticipated decision in CanMar Foods Ltd. v. TA Foods Ltd, 2021 FCA 7 [Canmar FCA]. In dismissing Canmar’s appeal of the earlier Federal Court (FC) decision by Justice Manson (2019 FC 1233), the FCA provided clarification on the scope of the recently introduced Section 53.1 of the Patent Act.

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Partner Benjamin Mak Presenting at SR&ED Webcast on March 25, 2021

Partner Benjamin Mak will be presenting a session on Technological Advancement (TA) in Patents during an SR&ED webcast, hosted by SRED Stakeholder.

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Extensions of time at the Canadian Patent Office become harder to obtain

During prosecution of a patent application, issues may be raised that require a response from the applicant within a prescribed time limit. For certain due dates as specified in the Patent Act and Patent Rules, the applicant may submit a request for an extension of time to provide their response.

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What to consider when patenting AI

Innovations in artificial intelligence (AI), and more specifically machine learning, have been increasing at a rapid rate, both in Canada and internationally. AI has been behind the growth in a number of industries, ranging from online commerce to medical treatments to manufacturing.

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Industry

Webinar: Strategies for Managing a Canadian Trademark Portfolio in the COVID Recovery Economy

On April 22, join speakers Elliott Gold and Joanna Pitkin for a comprehensive webinar on the strategies for managing a Canadian trademark portfolio in the COVID recovery economy.

Read News Item

Patent and R&D Trends in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Big Data

Matthew Norwood and Wael Nackasha outline some of the trends in 2021 for AI, Machine Learning and Big Data.

Read News Item

Admissibility of Foreign Prosecution History in Canada

On January 20, 2021, the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) issued its much anticipated decision in CanMar Foods Ltd. v. TA Foods Ltd, 2021 FCA 7 [Canmar FCA]. In dismissing Canmar’s appeal of the earlier Federal Court (FC) decision by Justice Manson (2019 FC 1233), the FCA provided clarification on the scope of the recently introduced Section 53.1 of the Patent Act.

Read News Item

Partner Benjamin Mak Presenting at SR&ED Webcast on March 25, 2021

Partner Benjamin Mak will be presenting a session on Technological Advancement (TA) in Patents during an SR&ED webcast, hosted by SRED Stakeholder.

Read News Item

Extensions of time at the Canadian Patent Office become harder to obtain

During prosecution of a patent application, issues may be raised that require a response from the applicant within a prescribed time limit. For certain due dates as specified in the Patent Act and Patent Rules, the applicant may submit a request for an extension of time to provide their response.

Read News Item

What to consider when patenting AI

Innovations in artificial intelligence (AI), and more specifically machine learning, have been increasing at a rapid rate, both in Canada and internationally. AI has been behind the growth in a number of industries, ranging from online commerce to medical treatments to manufacturing.

Read News Item

Blog

Webinar: Strategies for Managing a Canadian Trademark Portfolio in the COVID Recovery Economy

On April 22, join speakers Elliott Gold and Joanna Pitkin for a comprehensive webinar on the strategies for managing a Canadian trademark portfolio in the COVID recovery economy.

Read News Item

Patent and R&D Trends in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Big Data

Matthew Norwood and Wael Nackasha outline some of the trends in 2021 for AI, Machine Learning and Big Data.

Read News Item

Admissibility of Foreign Prosecution History in Canada

On January 20, 2021, the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) issued its much anticipated decision in CanMar Foods Ltd. v. TA Foods Ltd, 2021 FCA 7 [Canmar FCA]. In dismissing Canmar’s appeal of the earlier Federal Court (FC) decision by Justice Manson (2019 FC 1233), the FCA provided clarification on the scope of the recently introduced Section 53.1 of the Patent Act.

Read News Item

Partner Benjamin Mak Presenting at SR&ED Webcast on March 25, 2021

Partner Benjamin Mak will be presenting a session on Technological Advancement (TA) in Patents during an SR&ED webcast, hosted by SRED Stakeholder.

Read News Item

Extensions of time at the Canadian Patent Office become harder to obtain

During prosecution of a patent application, issues may be raised that require a response from the applicant within a prescribed time limit. For certain due dates as specified in the Patent Act and Patent Rules, the applicant may submit a request for an extension of time to provide their response.

Read News Item

What to consider when patenting AI

Innovations in artificial intelligence (AI), and more specifically machine learning, have been increasing at a rapid rate, both in Canada and internationally. AI has been behind the growth in a number of industries, ranging from online commerce to medical treatments to manufacturing.

Read News Item

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