You don’t need to be an attorney to understand the legal ins-and-outs of the licensing business in Canada – including recent changes to Canadian law and enforcement practices regarding intellectual property.
Join LIMA for our next webinar on Wednesday, January 17 as Tony Prenol, Partner at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, and Leader of the firm’s Intellectual Property Group, gives an overview of how to protect and enforce your IP in Canada, including examples specific to different industries. Webinars are free to current LIMA members; $200 per line for non-members.
Bio: Tony Prenol is a partner with the law firm Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP and is the Practice Group Leader for their Intellectual Property Group. He has a broad practice that covers all areas of intellectual property including prosecution, litigation and transactional work. He is a lawyer, a patent agent and a trade-mark agent. Tony serves as the Secretary of the Intellectual Property Owners Association’s Industrial Designs Committee and is active in the International Trademark Association’s Emerging Issues Committee. He is a frequent speaker on issues as diverse as technology transfer, the use of expert evidence and the intersection of intellectual property and competition laws.