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Intellectual Property Law Advice You Can Trust

BRION RAFFOUL LLP is an intellectual property (IP) law firm located in Ottawa.  Our IP and technology-focused lawyers are known for offering practical, business-oriented legal advice that focuses on protecting your valuable IP, as well as navigating your competitor’s IP.  

BRION RAFFOUL’s team of patent and trademark agents are exceptionally skilled in procuring IP assets. Our patent agents, with backgrounds in engineering and other scientific disciplines, are highly experienced at procuring patents in cutting edge fields, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). We offer a complete suite of IP services that includes managing patents, trademarks, and design registrations in Canada, the United States and worldwide.

Featured News

  • Have you protected your brand in the metaverse?
    Written by: Stephanie Williams (IP Lawyer) What is the metaverse? The metaverse is a broad (and speculative) virtual ecosystem comprised of digital economies, creating, buying, and selling virtual goods and is becoming an increasingly popular topic across all industries.  What does the metaverse mean …

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  • BRION RAFFOUL LLP welcomes our 2023 law students!
    Starting May 1st, three new law students will be joining BRION RAFFOUL LLP’s 2023 summer internship program. Joining our team from Thompson Rivers University are: Sara Andrusky (B.Sc. – Software Engineering; B.A.); Russell Walton (B.Sc. – Computer Science), and from McGill University, Ian Anderson …

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  • When Rabbits Lay Eggs: BRION RAFFOUL’s Favourite Easter Patents
    Spring is in the air, and Easter is around the corner.  BRION RAFFOUL LLP is sharing our favourite Easter-related patents as we hop towards our favourite spring holiday. US Patent No. 1,484,796 – Egg Laying Toy At a certain age, children become sceptical about …

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  • How the IP Assist Program Can Help Your Business Achieve its IP Goals
    Written by: Christopher Chiavatti (IP Lawyer) & Liz Gray (IP Lawyer) Canadian small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can access the federal government’s expanded Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) to help support innovation.  The expanded IRAP program now includes the “IP Assist” program to help …

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