IMPORTANT – PROGRAM INTERRUPTION
These courses will be temporarily interrupted while materials are updated to reflect changes to the Trademarks Regulations, CIPO Practice Notices as well as procedures to the trademark filing system. While registration remains open, access to course materials is temporarily suspended.
Each module is a self-paced educational program offering study materials, relevant case law, self-assessment quizzes (Q&A), as well as substantive assignments accompanied by model answers. Students will have access to a trademark agent who will answer questions and provide guidance in “Ask the Expert” format.
This Section 45 Module will provide you with an overview of the legal principles surrounding Section 45 proceedings, as well as the practical skills required to successfully defeat or defend a Canadian trademark registration in summary cancellation proceedings.
This Opposition Proceedings Module will provide an overview of the legal principles surrounding opposition proceedings, as well as the practical skills required to prosecute or defend an opposition.
NOTE – course materials will be updated after changes to the Trademarks Act, the Trademarks Regulations, and new CIPO Practice Notices come into force on June 17, 2019. Students enrolled prior to this date will be provided with the updated course materials.
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Financial aid may be available for students whose tuition fees are not paid by an employer. Applicants will be considered on the basis of their annual income. Please contact the IPIC office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-234-0516.
A refund will be granted up to one week after beginning the course, less a $50 cancellation fee. Substitutions will be considered.