Amy Grenon practises as a barrister, solicitor and trade-mark agent in all areas of intellectual property law, with a particular emphasis on complex patent, copyright and trade-mark litigation before the courts and administrative tribunals. Ms. Grenon has represented numerous pharmaceutical companies in patent proceedings in Canada including applications made pursuant to the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations (“PMNOC Regulations”), patent infringement and impeachment actions. She has also defended against several claims for damages pursuant to section 8 of the PM(NOC) Regulations and represented clients recovering patent infringement damages.
With respect to her branding and copyright practice, Ms. Grenon advises clients on branding and copyright issues, trade-mark portfolio management and strategy, and has represented clients in trade-mark oppositions, trade-mark and copyright infringement and passing-off proceedings, as well as proceedings pertaining to domain names and social media related disputes. Ms. Grenon strives to provide her clients with a business-minded approach to solving branding and copyright issues.
Ms. Grenon is active in various administrative law matters that arise in relation to intellectual property rights and, in particular, the pharmaceutical sector, including the representation of clients before administrative tribunals and judicial review applications.
Ms. Grenon has appeared as counsel in matters before the Federal Court of Appeal, the Federal Court, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and specialized tribunals such as the Trademarks Opposition Board.