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Optimize the use of industrial designs in your intellectual property strategy

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April 26, 2017
Stock Exchange Tower
800 Square Victoria, Suite 3700
Montréal, QC, Canada

Event participants:

David Turgeon, Ph.D., Olivier Provost-Cao

Fasken Martineau’s Intellectual Property group is pleased to invite you to this seminar on intellectual property.

A product’s success on the market often depends on its ability to set itself apart from the competition. To do this, several manufacturers rely on the unique visual aspect of their product and invest considerable sums in its design. Therefore, a strategy to protect the industrial design through registration is necessary, yet this form of protection remains largely unknown and underutilized. Learn more about how to protect the appearance of your products and make industrial designs a cornerstone of your intellectual property strategy.

This training session is an invitation only event. For all queries, please contact Amélie Roberge at 514 397 5192 or

Don’t miss our next seminar on May 3, 2017: The Probationary Period (or the no man’s land in the employer/employee relationship).