Catherine Daigle practises intellectual property law and advertising law. Her focus is on advertising law and trade-marks, including trade-mark registration, administrative proceedings before the Registrar of Trade-marks (opposition or section 45 proceedings), portfolio management and the commercialization of intellectual property rights. Ms. Daigle has also pleaded before the Federal Court in trade-mark matters.
Ms. Daigle has regulatory knowledge in the area of consumer product packaging, labelling and advertising. She deals, among other things, with issues pertaining to the packaging, labelling and advertising requirements of the Charter of the French language.
Before joining our Montréal office, Ms. Daigle worked as a trade-mark lawyer for a fashion company and then, for several years, for an intellectual property firm in Montréal.
Norton Rose Fulbright is pleased to invite you to its Technology Academy - Strategic Insights and Recent Developments in Technology Law..
SeminarFebruary 11, 2016 | Montreal, QC, Canada
The Canadian government has set down June 17, 2019, as the date when the most significant changes to Canada’s trademark law in over 50 years will finally be implemented..
November 19, 2018
Catherine Daigle writes about CETA will change how some traditional products are labelled..
January 20, 2017