Three New Professionnals Join ROBIC

January 1, 2016
ROBIC is happy to introduce its three new professionals who joined the team in our Montreal and Quebec offices.

Camille Aubin specializes in intellectual property litigation and advises clients in matters involving patents, trademarks and copyright. Camille pleads before all levels of provincial and federal courts.

She advises and represents local and foreign clients, of all sizes, in various fields including:

• IT and software
• Technologies
• Retail • Restaurants
• Fashion and clothing
• Banks
• Entertainment and media

During her studies, Camille was involved in Pléiade Capital, the first student-led venture capital fund in Quebec. She participated in the development of Startup Campus, a complete tutoring and coaching program for start ups. Camille also acted as a research assistant in the field of intellectual property for the Université de Montréal Faculty of Law and worked at the University Legal Clinic.

Camille joined ROBIC in 2015 after articling with the firm and is a member of the Quebec Bar.

Manon Lassaigne specializes in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications and the rendering of opinions in the fields of chemistry, chemical engineering and process engineering.

She serves Canadian and foreign clients of all sizes in fields such as:

• Chemical and Petrochemical
• Energy
• Food
• Cosmetics
• Pharmaceutical
• Life Sciences

She obtained a B.Sc. degree in chemistry from Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, in France. In 2015, she concurrently completed an engineering degree with a specialization in chemistry from the École Polytechnique in Paris and a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering at Polytechnique Montreal.

Frédéric Venne specializes in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications and in providing opinions in the field of physical sciences and chemistry, including optics and photonics, condensed matter physics, nanotechnology, green energy and materials science.

He advises and represents local and foreign clients, of all sizes, in various fields including:

• Physical Sciences
• Nanotechnology
• Electronics
• Mechanicals

Frédéric Venne completed a Bachelor and a Master’s degree in Engineering Physics at École Polytechnique de Montréal. His graduate studies were in the field of near-infrared photosensitization of nanostructured metal oxides by upconverting nanoparticles. He is currently completing a graduate degree in philosophy at Université de Montréal. His main research interest lies in the broad field of philosophy of technology.