Canada’s Intellectual Property Firm

IP Litigation and Enforcement:
Playing Offence and Defence to Win with IP

Replay of the Roundtable Discussion Recorded on Thursday June 17th, 2021

In today’s competitive innovation economy, companies across industries face a wide range of potential legal issues and risks related to intellectual property (IP). Whether it is infringement of a valuable patented technology, unlawful use of key trademarks and copyrights, or anti-counterfeiting and IP crime, when IP issues arise, in-house counsel need to be ready to face off against competitors and fiercely defend the commercial IP rights of their business.

Cameron Weir headshot
Denise Lacombe headshot
Michael Okerlund headshot
Urzsula Wojtyra headshot
Cameron Weir
Senior Counsel 
Reckitt Benckiser
Denise Lacombe
Head of Legal
AstraZeneca Canada.
Michael Okerlund
Cloud Court Inc
Urszula Wojtyra
Smart & Biggar

Based on each speaker’s first-hand experience, here are some key insights on strategies to leverage and protect a company’s valuable portfolio, both offensively and defensively, to mitigate risk and win with IP.

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