Written by Donalee Moulton Posted Date: October 9th, 2007
Alan J. Lenczner is a dean of the commercial litigation bar who has built a stellar reputation in the world of corporate-commercial clashes, and for the past four decades he has acted on some of the biggest matters hitting the docket. What makes him tick, where does he see litigation going, and why is he so well loved by both plaintiff and defence lawyers?
Written by Jennifer McPhee Posted Date: June 29th, 2007
Written by Jennifer McPhee Posted Date: June 1st, 2007
If Canada joins the international trademark registration system, the Madrid Protocol, it will significantly impact the nature of work at intellectual property firms. The Madrid Protocol is often touted as a cost effective, one-stop way for companies to obtain trademark protection in more countries, but adopting the system will be costly, will require massive changes to Canada’s trademark laws, and will only benefit a relatively small number of Canadian businesses, according to intellectual property lawyers.