Tai Nahm

Partner | Kitchener-Waterloo

519.593.3277

Portrait of Tai Nahm

Tai Nahm is a professional engineer in addition to his law credentials. With 20 years of experience in the field, his practice focuses on the acquisition, exploitation, and management of intellectual property (IP) rights, including patent drafting and prosecution, patent opinions, procurement of trademark and industrial design (design patent) registrations, copyright, licensing, due diligence, IP portfolio management, IT agreements, SaaS agreements, website terms and conditions, and related matters.

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Miller Thomson joins Lexis Practice Advisor

Nine Miller Thomson lawyers have partnered as contributors to Lexis Practice Advisor Canada, an online resource for lawyers that packages current how-to expertise in dealing with transactions, from the routine to the most complex. Recently launched by LexisNexis Canada, the...

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Miller Thomson IT lawyers participate at Agri Investment Forum

Practitioners from the firm’s CleanTech, MTech and Information Technology groups will be on hand to support the annual Agri Investment Forum, taking place on June 26, 2013, at the Delta Chelsea Hotel. The Forum promotes constructive deal flow between Canadian...

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The firm acted for Rakuten in respect of a highly public and complex $315 million acquisition of all of the shares of Kobo Inc.

The Miller Thomson team that acted for Rakuten Inc. (JASDAQ:4755) included the following: Beryl Green, Steve Wesfield, Jason Rosen, Steven Oh,  Joe Marin, Mara Banack and David Carter (corporate), Andrew Roman (regulatory), Bob Stewart (securities), Lyne Gaulin (tax), Lisa Goodfellow...

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Pat Forte, Tai Nahm, Andrew Roth, David Schnurr and David Woolford present at a legal boot camp and networking event, organized by Communitech and Miller Thomson LLP, for 50 start-up companies from Communitech’s Venture Services Group.

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Impression v. Lexmark* – Exhaustion of Patent Rights in the U.S.

In a highly anticipated decision addressing the doctrine of exhaustion of patent rights in the U.S., the Supreme Court of the United States has reversed the U.S. Federal Circuit’s decision and held that a patentee’s sale of a patented product...

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Bilski Decision Alters Test for Patentability of Software and Business Method Inventions in the U.S.

Ontario Bar Association Information Technology and E-Commerce Section Newsletter, Volume 10, No. 2

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In Re Bernard L. Bilski and Rand A. Warsaw: Will Bilski Stop “Business Method” Patents in the U.S.?

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White Squirrel Investments acquires Bayview Golf Club

Counsel to White Squirrel Investments Ltd.

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