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Law Meets Engineering: Intellectual Property Law - Challenges and Solutions

A discussion of the challenges faced by business with respect to intellectual property law.

Date & time
Wednesday, September 21, 2022
5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Registration is closed


Me Nancy Clemand and Me Nicholas Bertram


This event is free


Ali Akgunduz



Law Meets Engineering series

Concordia University's Jurist-in-Residence, Morton S. Minc, invites you to the conference "Intellectual Property Law - Challenges and Solutions" presented by Me Nancy Cleman and Me Nicholas Bertram.

The conference will cover challenges of intellectual property law as it affects a business.


  • Presentation of the case study
  • How to marry innovation and intellectual property law

The presentation will focus on a case study – a software start-up. Join the business as it embarks on a path to commercialize its technology. Experience the intellectual property pitfalls encountered by the business, as well as safeguards and solutions employed to avoid or overcome these pitfalls.

Me Nancy Cleman

Me Nancy Cleman, partner at Lapointe, Rosenstein, Marchand, Melançon, is responsible for the Intellectual Property group. She is a registered trademark agent and an accredited mediator (commercial). Me Cleman has extensive experience both nationally and internationally and provides legal advice to a variety of corporate and commercial clients with a focus on intellectual property and information technology law. She is active in community work and sits on several boards and committees. In addition, she regularly speaks and gives conferences on a variety of topics.

Me Nicholas Bertram

Me Nicholas Bertram is an intellectual property lawyer, patent agent and trademark agent at Anglehart et al. He has developed through his practice an expertise in patent procurement, more specifically with respect to chemical, mechanical and biotechnological subject matter. Me Bertram develops patent protection strategies tailored to the client’s business objectives. He works closely with clients to identify the key features of their technology that will be the subject of patent protection for purposes of enforcement and commercialization. He is also brought on to provide expertise in patent litigation matters.

To participating lawyers: the eligibility of this training will be submitted to the Barreau du Québec for the purposes of mandatory continuing education, for a period of 1.5 hours.

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