Specializes in trademarks, copyright and business law, with a penchant for information technology law. Sports buff, a former competitive skier and an entrepreneur at heart.
Pierre-Marc Gendron specializes in trademark, copyright and business law related to
intellectual property, with a special interest for the information
He advises clients on intellectual property protection
and defense, namely by assisting them in various areas including the
recovery of their domain names on
the internet. He also negotiates, drafts and reviews commercial
agreements, such as licensing agreements, intellectual
property transfers and distribution agreements as well as agreements for
the development and use of software and
websites. Pierre-Marc also deals with the prosecution of trademark
applications. He conducts registrability searches and formulates of
opinions with regard to the
registrability, availability, validity and infringement of trademarks.
Pierre-Marc Gendron also practices in transactional and
corporate law where he participates in drafting and negotiating
contracts such as shareholder agreements, research and development,
joint ventures and partnerships, as well as other commercial agreements,
particularly in terms of buying and selling businesses, mergers and
acquisitions and corporate reorganizations.
He is a member of ROBIC’s information technology sub-committee.
Before joining ROBIC‘s team, Pierre-Marc Gendron practiced
business law and intellectual property law in a major law firm located
on the South Shore of Montreal. Prior to his carreer in law, he founded and
managed a company specializing in the design and development of internet
- Member of the Quebec Bar (2011)
- Bachelor of Civil Law (LLL) from Ottawa University (2010)
- Bachelor of Common Law (LL.B.) from Ottawa University (2010)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (B.BA), John Molson School of Business, Concordia University (2010)
- Young Bar Association of Montreal (YBAM)