Denis Douville is an associate with the intellectual property group. His practice is focused on the videogame, health, and pharmaceutical industries. He has experience with trademarks, copyright, and privacy law, as well as with regulatory matters.
Denis holds a bachelor of laws and bachelor of civil law from McGill University, and advises clients on both common-law and civil-law matters, as well as federal legal issues, particularly those relevant to privacy and pharmaceutical regulation.
Denis is a member of the video game industry group. He regularly drafts privacy policies and provides compliance advice regarding privacy, consumer protection, and regulatory issues facing both large and small video game studios. Denis also assists clients with litigation, and has been part of teams litigating patent infringement, copyright, trademark, regulatory, and constitutional matters.
While studying law at McGill University, Denis received many awards for academic excellence. The McGill Faculty of Law awarded him the R.A.E. Greenshields Memorial Scholarship, the Harry Batshaw, and the Wilson and Lafleur Prize. Prior to studying law, Denis earned a bachelor of arts with first class honours in political science from McGill, and a master of public policy and public administration from Concordia University. Denis’ background as an analyst in the fields of public policy and his graduate studies in public administration give him a unique perspective on regulatory and administrative law issues.