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A patent protects an invention, process, machine, manufacture or composition of matter, and the improvement of any of them that is new, useful, and non-obvious to a person skilled in the art.  In Canada, as in most countries, obtaining a patent therefore makes it possible to prevent third parties from making, selling, or using an invention for a maximum period of 20 years from the date of the patent application, for those countries for which registration has been obtained. A patent is therefore an asset, which can also be sold or for which licenses to use or market the invention can be granted to third parties in return for remuneration. Our lawyers can advise you on strategies for the internationalization of your patent, on the agreements to be put in place with your employees, consultants, and business contacts, to ensure the eventual registrability of the patent, as well as for the negotiation and drafting of patent assignment and licensing agreements.

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