The Construction and Real Estate Development industry is a rapidly evolving and competitive space. Innovation in this sector is driven by pressure to create buildings with better energy efficiency, reduced environmental impact, and improved safety characteristics, all while reducing costs and build time. Companies in the construction industry need help analyzing the commercial viability of their innovations and assessing options to protect any intellectual property. It is important to work with a lawyer who can provide practical advice to optimize the scope of intellectual property protection for your construction related company.
Oyen Wiggs lawyers assist clients in the construction industry with protecting many different types of intellectual property relevant to their businesses. Our in-depth services include obtaining patent and industrial design registrations, conducting trademark searches, obtaining trademark registrations, enforcing trademark rights, and advising clients on contractual matters such as licenses and transfers of brand rights.
With a broad array of construction industry expereince, our lawyers have helped clients to evaluate and secure intellectual property protection for modular building systems, log home designs, access panels, window component extrusions, ceiling panels, concrete form work, handheld tools, railings, insulation and sound proof panels, radon gas management, ventilation systems, and more.
Hilton SuePartnerElectrical Engineering
Todd RattrayPartnerB.A.Sc. (Engineering Physics (Electronics))
Craig AshPartnerB.Sc. (Chemistry)
Thomas BaileyPartnerB.Sc. (Cellular Biology)
Roni JonesAssociateB.A.Sc. (Materials Engineering)
George Kondor Q.C.PartnerB.Sc. (Physiology)
Gavin ManningPartnerM.Sc. (Physics)
Jennifer MarlesPartnerM.Sc. (Biochemistry)
David McGruderPartnerB.Sc. (Chemistry)
Stephanie MelnychukAssociateM.Sc. (Chemistry)
David TakagawaSenior AssociateB.Sc. (Microbiology)
Jayde WoodAssociateM.Sc. (Food Microbiology)
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