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Alain Y Dussault

Alain Y Dussault

Partner and Trade-mark Agent

Lavery Lawyers
Quebec, Canada

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Partner | Lawyer - Trade-mark Agent

Alain Y. Dussault is a partner, lawyer and trade-mark agent in Lavery?s intellectual property group (previously partner with Goudreau Gage Dubuc* since September 2013). He practices mainly in intellectual property litigation and has an extensive experience in patents, trade-marks, copyrights and industrial designs litigations.

He acted in several high-profile intellectual property litigations including multijurisdictional litigation for clients in various industries, such as: pharmaceutical, food, electronics, forest and entertainment.  

He has represented prestigious clients in complex litigation before the Québec Courts, Federal Courts and the Supreme Court of Canada. He regularly advises his clients regarding the registration, the management and the protection of their intellectual property.

Alain has acquired considerable experience in anti-counterfeiting matters, including the execution of Anton Piller orders. He regularly represents several multinational companies in the field of fashion, cosmetics and consumer products.

His extensive knowledge of IP law, as well as his accessibility and his practical approach, are particularly appreciated by his clients.

* In September 2018, Lavery Lawyers and Goudreau Gage Dubuc (GGD) integrated their operations in order to offer their clients a complete range of legal services.

Publications

  • Les recours douaniers ? Le projet de loi C-8: la fin de « Canada sans frontières » en propriété intellectuelle; Développements récents en propriété intellectuelle, 2014, Éditions Yvon Blais
  • ?Canada strengthens the protection of copyright and trademark rights with the enactment of new border enforcement measures?, Newsletter GGData, January 14, 2015
  • ?Bill C-56 : A greater role for customs officers in combating counterfeiting?, Technology and intellectual Property Bulletin, April 2013

Education

  • Member of the Barreau du Québec since 1998
  • LL.B., Université de Montréal, 1997 
Areas of Practice
Articles

  • Bell v. Cogeco: Unfair competition – the “best Internet experience” results in an unfavorable judicial experience
  • Canada strengthens the protection of copyright and trademark rights with the enactment of new border enforcement measures

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