Eliane Ellbogen is an intellectual property lawyer with a focus on information technology. She advises and represents clients in complex, high-profile patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters. She is frequently called upon to litigate IP cases. She also handles the IP component of transactions involving IT companies.
Eliane has extensive expertise in IP strategy development and protection, including for brand portfolios. She assists companies of all sizes to develop their global branding strategies or for the protection of their IT assets, particularly at the start-up stage.
Eliane has a keen interest in the areas of artificial intelligence and biotechnology. She also has a deep understanding of data protection, privacy, and copyright issues in the context of machine learning.
Eliane is often invited to speak on copyright, artificial intelligence, and legal issues in arts, and regularly publishes articles on these topics. She completed her Bachelor of Law with honours at UQAM. Before becoming a lawyer, Eliane directed an internationally-renowned digital art exhibition centre and advised government agencies as an expert in digital arts. She continues to be actively involved in the arts community as a board member of various organizations.