Clancy PC is delighted to welcome Nitin Gomber as an Associate Lawyer.
Nitin holds an LL.M. in Intellectual Property from the Franklin Pierce School of Law in the US and a B.A.LL.B. (Honours) from Panjab University in India. He is called to the bar in New York, as well as in Delhi, India. Nitin is fluent in English, Hindi and Punjabi.
Nitin has been in the legal industry for over a decade and has worked as a trademark lawyer, as well as an academic. As a lawyer, he has worked with the largest trademark filing law firms both in the US & India and brings a multi-jurisdictional perspective to the table for our clients. He has represented clients before the US Patent and Trademark Office, the Indian Trade Marks Registry, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and the Santa Clara County Superior Court.
Nitin has also taught law at Jindal Global Law School in India that makes him particularly sensitive to the needs of people, with a strong ability to connect with them.
Clancy PC is thrilled to announce that it has achieved WBE Certification! WBE Canada certifies Canadian B2B businesses that are at least 51% owned, managed and controlled by women and connects them to corporate and government supply chains.
The WBE certification is built on global supplier diversity standards and is recognized by such giants as IBM, General Motors, Toyota, Accenture, top Canadian companies like BMO, TD Bank, RBC, TELUS, Rogers, Bell and others.
WBE Certification helps Canadian women-led businesses by providing direct access to corporate and government supplier diversity leaders and buyers in organizations. This is a very exciting achievement for Clancy PC.
If you are a woman-led business and would like more information about the WBE Certification process, visit https://wbecanada.ca
By Trish Sawhney
In an effort to speed up the trademark registration process in Canada, effective immediately, CIPO will begin accepting expedited examination requests in the form of an affidavit or statutory declaration. The affidavit or statutory declaration must clearly set out how one or more of the following criteria are met:
Should the request be accepted, CIPO will examine the application as soon as possible, which reduces the current 24-28 month wait time significantly.
If you believe your trademark application meets the requirements above, contact us today to see if we can expedite your application process!