Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig: Toronto

Being the capital city of the province of Ontario, and the center of international business and finance, Toronto Canada is home to one of Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig PLLC’s multiple international offices. Native Americans have lived in the region surrounding Toronto for centuries, but the city was first established as a British town in 1793 as York. The name was changed to Toronto when the city was incorporated in 1834. From then on the city has served as Canada’s cultural ambassador to the world attracting millions of visitors to its longstanding museums, galleries and historic sites. In addition, Toronto is actively involved in U.S. sports, hosting a team in the NBA, NHL, MLB. Toronto’s role as international business center has grown exponentially over the last half-century. Many economists consider the city the financial capital of Canada due to its large concentration of Canadian Bank headquarters. Following the completion of the Saint-Lawrence Seaway in 1959, access to the Atlantic from the Great Lakes drastically improved Toronto’s already well established trade network and truly cemented it as an international city.

Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig PLLC is proud to have one of its 13 offices located in the heart of downtown Toronto. After recognizing the need for intellectual property protection for businesses operating in both the U.S. and Canada, partners Tom Dunlap and David Ludwig set out to fulfill the need of those entrepreneurs. Patent prosecution, trademark and copyright registration, along with any litigation arising from an established piece of intellectual property can be serviced through our Toronto office.

Your company’s patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade-secrets are all valuable assets which must be protected. Should your company identify a third party which has begun infringing upon your personally developed intellectual property, we will protect your rights. Over the last 20 years Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig has had an incredible record of success in intellectual property litigation. We will continue to provide that same world-class litigation to your company at prices that won’t break the bank.

Services Available at Our Toronto Office

Please contact Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig PLLC’s Toronto office and we will work to secure your rights and realize your legal goals.

The Toronto office is also well suited to take on most commercial litigation and transactional needs. Whether your company is first entering the realm of e-commerce; worried about nuanced anti-trust regulations and their impact your company; or, your company is facing bankruptcy reorganization and liquidation, our Toronto office is here to help. Our experienced team has the skills and expertise to walk you through any commercial transaction scenario. And, similar to our determination to protect your intellectual property, Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig is dedicated to ensuring our clients’ contractually owed obligation are fulfilled. Should a client or vendor of your company breach a duty it owes to you, rest assured we will fight to restore your company to its rightful place.

Please contact Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig PLLC’s Toronto office and we will work to secure your rights and realize your legal goals.

  • Intellectual Property
    • Trademark
    • Patent
    • Copyright
    • Appeals
    • Internet
    • Aviation
    • Insolvency
    • Government Contracts
    • Community Associations
    • Cyber-Domain Names
    • Trade Secrets Commercial & Business
    • Corporate Restructuring
    • Litigation & Disputes

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