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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.



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  • Nike Sues Lululemon: Who Should Be Sweating?
    Nike is suing Vancouver-based Lululemon for allegedly wilfully infringing six patents owned by Nike.  The patents at issue relate to fitness technology used by Mirror, a home-gym company acquired by Lululemon in 2020.  Among examples of the allegedly infringing technology given by Nike is an adaptive watch that monitors the …

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  • Brion Raffoul LLP Supports Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa
    In these difficult times, it’s crucial to give back where we can. Brion Raffoul LLP is proud to support the future generation by contributing to the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa (BGCO) and their work helping at-risk children and youth across our community. …

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  • Natalie Raffoul “Patent Law Expert of the Year: Canada”
    Brion Raffoul LLP is proud to announce that our Managing Partner, Natalie Raffoul, has been recognized by Leaders in Law as the  Patent Law Expert of the Year in Canada. Leaders in Law is a platform of over 2000 Leaders, across 1400 jurisdictions, specializing …

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  • Facebook® is now Meta…or at least it hopes to be.
    Last month, Facebook announced that it is rebranding to “Meta”.  Some trademark issues might be problematic for them in this brand transition. Facebook applied for the “META” trademark in the US on October 28, 2021.  Their application lists an enormous number of goods and …

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