Consider hiring a registered trademark agent. Preparing and following through on your trademark application can be a complex process. Whoever does it needs a lot of knowledge about trademark law and how the Registrar's Office works.
Beware of unregistered trademark agents! They are not authorized to represent applicants in the prosecution of trademarks applications.
A trademark agent will make sure that your application is properly written so that your trademark will be protected. This is especially important if someone challenges your right to the trademark. You do not have to hire an agent but it is often advisable to do so.
Once you have an agent, the Registrar will correspond with that person. If you cancel that arrangement, the Office will then correspond with you directly. You may change trademark agents or choose to no longer have one at any time. CIPO Website
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