Join your colleagues in a lively discussion about the recent proposed changes to the Canadian trade-mark law.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
The federal government has introduced sweeping changes to Canadian trade-mark legislation and has recently released a consultation paper on the proposed Trademark Regulations. The consultation period ends November 30, 2014. The proposed changes will dramatically impact Canadian trade-mark practice and represent a fundamental shift to our law. Come discuss the amendments and what they mean to brand owners and the Canadian trade-mark professionals who represent them.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
World Exchange Plaza
100 Queen Street, Suite 1300
Ottawa, ON K1P 1J9
Tracy Corneau and Tracey Mosley
Tracy Corneau is a partner of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. Her practice focuses on trade-mark and copyright matters, particularly in the areas of drafting and prosecution of trade-mark applications, representing clients in trade-mark opposition and cancellation proceedings and related matters. Tracy is the Canadian Chair of the TM Question for AIPPI and on the Anti-Counterfeiting Committees for both INTA and ECTA. She has been a Roundtable Leader for INTA for a number of years. Tracy is the Treasurer of IPIC Council. She is past Chair and current committee member of the firm’s Women’s Leadership Development Committee and has mentored several associates over the years as well as being the recipient of the Mentor of the Year Award from the AIPLA. She is a graduate of Carleton University’s MDPW (Management Development Program for Women).
Tracey Mosley is a trade-mark partner with Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG). Tracey is a member of the Canadian Trade-mark Agent Exam Board 2014 - 2017, a past IPIC Councillor and past IPIC International Trade-mark Committee chair. She is a member of INTA’s Related Rights Indigenous Rights Committee and has previously served on the INTA Not-for-Profit Committee and chaired INTA Roundtables. She remains a current member of the IPIC International Trade-mark Committee as well as the IPIC Canadian Intellectual Property Review and the IPIC Trade Policy Committee. Tracey publishes and teaches in the field of trade-mark law and Traditional Knowledge and is a member of the BLG’s Team North which focuses on commercial and intellectual property in Canada’s northern territories and provincial regions. Tracey is also secretary to BLG’s Not-for-Profit focus group. Tracey is a graduate of Carleton University.
$25, payable at the door. Lunch is included.
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