Pinsky Law, Patent & Trademark Agents, is Toronto business and intellectual property litigation law firm providing a range of cost effective legal services to support Toronto companies involved in the development, distribution and use of technology and intellectual property assets. We also represent Toronto clients in business and intellectual property litigation matters before the Superior Court of Justice, Ontario Court of Appeal, Federal Court of Canada and Opposition Boards of the United States Patent and Trademark Office and Canadian Intellectual Property Office.
Pinsky Law, Patent & Trademark Agents, represents Toronto businesses, entrepreneurs and inventors at all stages of growth, from business formation to acquisition. We represent Toronto individuals, partnerships, and private companies in a wide variety of industries including aviation and aerospace, automotive, radio communications, wireless telecommunications, computer hardware, computer software, computer games, electronics, electronic commerce, medical devices, digital media, clean technology, healthcare, book publishing, and sports and entertainment. We help Toronto businesses in creation, structuring, negotiation and implementation of business and intellectual property transactions, such as registration of patents and trademarks in the USA, Canada and internationally, and with other e-commerce, internet, technology and business law, corporate law and commercial law matters.
We do not provide free consultations. Free consultations are not consultations - they are free auditions. You get what you pay for -
if you pay nothing, then you get nothing. And 'free auditions’ are not free - they are designed to get you in office for a distorted advice of a professional who encourages you to retain him or her so that they can make a living. We do not do that.
We do not charge large or hidden fees. We only charge pre-agreed fees.
We do not exaggerate the patentability of your invention. We provide honest, laconic, and straightforward advice. If you should not patent, we will tell you that.
We do not represent, or assist to, self-represented individuals. If you decided to save money and yourself drafted and negotiated an agreement, prepared a trademark application, or a patent application,
or represented yourself in a litigation matter, we will not review your work and we will not file it under our law firm's name. Having decided to be your own lawyer, you are on your own.