We help companies procure, license and enforce intellectual property. Bereskin & Parr’s Cleantech practice group provides legal, as well as patent and trademark agency services to companies in clean technology, energy and environmental technology businesses. Our team includes lawyers and patent agents with engineering and scientific educational backgrounds and industry experience suited to clean and environmental technologies.
Our services are complimented with lawyers and trademark agents with dedicated experience in advertising, packaging and labelling, competition and trademark law related to marketing green and environmental products. Specifically, we assist clients, secure and protect their intellectual property in technologies that provide alternative or renewable energy, improve energy efficiency, use recycled materials and reduce natural resource consumption, pollutants, emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses.
Companies that would be interested in our Cleantech legal services are those that are managing projects in the following sectors:
- Wind power,
- Solar power,
- Biomass and biofuels,
- Green building technologies,
- Water and wastewater treatment,
- Hydrogen fuel cells,
- Waste diversion,
- Energy efficient motors, lighting & appliances and
- Energy efficiency-related software.
The following is a list of services that members of our Cleantech practice group provide:
- Patent drafting & prosecution,
- Patent searching,
- IP audits,
- Patent validity & infringement opinions,
- Technology transfer and licensing,
- Patent and trademark litigation,
- Trademark searches & filing and
- Review of green or environmental advertising claims.
January 31, 2020
Québec and Federal Governments can Support Your Innovative Projects
December 23, 2019
Growing Greener: Funding Programs Propelling Canada’s Cleantech Sector Forward
September 5, 2019
No Secret, No Remedy: Tips For Preserving Your Trade Secret Rights
July 22, 2019
Ghosts and Goblins Beware - Major Changes in Patent Practice in Canada to Take Effect on October...
December 14, 2018
One Step Closer to Significant Changes in Canadian Patent Law - CIPO Publishes Revised Version...
June 12, 2018
Market Share Used to Establish Sales a Patentee “Could and Would” Have Made but for Infringement:...