Vancouver Trademark

Frequently Asked Questions


Yes. Vancouver Trademark works with experienced trademark lawyers that have registered hundreds of trademarks for small to large businesses.

Yes. Trademark infringement can destroy a business financially.

Having a company register your corporate name can lead to the inconvenience and expense of legally having to change your current business name. All past efforts to promote your brand through marketing and your brand recognition will be lost to some other company.

It is highly recommended that you protect your corporate interest to avoid any future complications with trademark ownership. Call Vancouver Trademark today for a free consultation on how you can get started.

Your trademark protects your intellectual property within the boundaries of Canada for a period of fifteen years and can be renewed for additional time after that period.

Your trademark protects your intellectual property only within the boundaries of Canada. However, we do offer comprehensive and cost-effective trademark services for the United States. Please contact us for further details.


The questions and answers posted on this site are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended and should not be considered as legal advice for your particular matter. By reading this FAQ, no attorney-client relationship is created between you and the attorneys at Vancouver Trademark.

For specific answers to your questions, please contact us and schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys.