Taras Kulish

Taras Kulish
FIRM:
Steinberg Title Hope & Israel LLP
POSITION:
Senior Associate
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
Corporate, Intellectual Property, Charity and Not-For-Profit
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Taras Kulish is the chair of the intellectual property and charity/not-for-profit groups with Steinberg Title Hope & Israel LLP as well as the Toronto firm's senior associate in corporate/commercial law.

He graduated with a Diploma of Collegial Studies from Cegep of Old Montreal in 1984, before earning a combined Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Civil Law from McGill University’s Faculty of Law National Program in 1989. Mr. Kulish was called to the Quebec Bar in 1991, the Ontario Bar in 1993, and the New York State Bar in 1997.

As a trademark agent registered with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office and the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Mr. Kulish focuses on intellectual property law.

For more than 20 years, he has handled trademark applications and prosecutions for manufacturers and distributors of food and beverages, and other manufacturing and service companies. He mediates settlements of trademark issues and assists with injunctions and civil search orders.

Mr. Kulish also handles incorporating and advising not-for-profit and charity organizations.

He is a director and the international relations officer of the Canadian branch of HOPE Worldwide, an international charity recognized by the United Nations. In addition, Mr. Kulish founded the HOPE Worldwide of Canada Youth Academy with programs in partnership with Toronto Community Housing.

Fluent in English and French, Mr. Kulish lived for three years in Switzerland assisting international clients with Canadian interests in business, legal, professional, and sports-related areas.

Taras Kulish Posts

Remaining CRA compliant crucial for charities, not-for-profits

It’s important to get the initial application for a charity or non-profit status right but it’s even more critical to remain compliant with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) rules or risk revocation, Toronto charity and not-for-profit lawyer Taras Kulish tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

League agrees to quit Humboldt Broncos trademark bid

It's good news that the faceoff between the Humboldt Broncos and the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) in the wake of the fatal bus tragedy is in the process of being resolved, Toronto IP and charity lawyer Taras Kulish tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Protecting your brand against 'passing off'

Situations where an individual or company attempts to take the goodwill of a famous brand by ‘passing off’ can be harmful to a well-established reputation — but there are a number of ways businesses can protect themselves against this practice, Toronto IP lawyer Taras Kulish tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Churches, Charities and Not-For-Profits: Knowledge Hub 2018

Join industry leaders and professionals on May 3 for an information session focused on charitable, religious, and not-for-profit organizations. Read more

WIPO ADR services underused in Canada

The arbitration and mediation services offered by the Geneva-based World Intellectual Property Association (WIPO) are underused by Canadian lawyers, says IP and charity lawyer Taras Kulish. Read more

Fifth-annual Ukrainian Business Celebration 2018

The fifth-annual Ukrainian Business Celebration 2018 is coming to Mississauga on April 15. Read more

Kulish to speak at World Parkinson’s Gala

Toronto charity lawyer Taras Kulish will speak at the World Parkinson’s Program (WPW) 2018 Gala Dinner on April 6. Read more

Charity forum provides assistance on good governance

Charity law is growing in importance as an increasing number of people volunteer and serve their communities, but it’s important for those involved to be aware of liability and governance issues, says Toronto charity lawyer Taras Kulish. Read more

Enforcing taco trademark could become a 'marketing fail'

The well-known term ‘Taco Tuesday’ is merely descriptive and there could be an argument made that it should never have been registered as a trademark , Toronto intellectual property lawyer Taras Kulish tells MetroNews . Read more

Cast wide net when conducting incorporation name searches

Lawyers for entrepreneurs and start-ups looking to incorporate must look further than their client’s own backyard s to ensure the proposed name isn’t already taken, Toronto intellectual property lawyer Taras Kulish tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Ukraine ripe for Canadian business expansion

Businesses seeking to expand into Europe should look at opportunities afforded by Canada's special relationship with Ukraine, says Toronto charities and intellectual property lawyer Taras Kulish. Read more

CRA's new Charities Education Program should be a step forward: Kulish

The Canada Revenue Agency's (CRA) new C harities Education Program (CEP) should be a step forward, says Toronto charities lawyer Taras Kulish. Read more

Canada’s relationship with Ukraine in the spotlight

How Canada’s special relationship with Ukraine has endured and grown over the years will be addressed at the Club Canadien de Toronto, on Tuesday, Dec. 12. Read more

In a media-driven world, image has a price tag

Cocaine baron Pablo Escobar , boxing icon Muhammad Ali and film director Woody Allen seem like an incongruent group but there is a strong legal connection, says Toronto intellectual property lawyer Taras Kulish. Read more

Ethnocultural agencies often trip over charities law

Ethnic and cultural charities are full of good intentions but often fail to understand the law, says Toronto charity lawyer Taras Kulish. Read more