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  • ROBIC and the KNOCK OUT of AmorChem

    November 28, 2017

    ROBIC, always present in the field of Life Sciences, is proud to be associated with the 4th edition of the Lumira-Amorchem event, inspired by the popular television show “Dragons’ Den”, to be held in Quebec City on December 6th.

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  • ROBIC: partner of the technopolys movement

    November 17, 2017
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    We are proud to join the technopolys movement, promoting Quebec’s technology industry.

    This major collaborative project is being spearheaded by companies, universities, research centres, and associations in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector, under the umbrella of TechnoMontréal’s Industry Promotion Working Group.

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  • ROBIC is a pround partner of the La Mosaïque Foundation

    November 10, 2017
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    ROBIC is proud to be a partner of the La Mosaique Foundation and help support and comfort those who need it most.

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  • Eight ROBIC partners get recognized in the 2018 Best Lawyers in Canada

    August 23, 2017

    ROBIC is proud to announce that eight of the firm’s partners are being nominated in the Best Lawyers in Canada for the  2018 edition. They have been recognized by their peers, in this influential repertoire of the legal world. ROBIC is the firm that gets the most appointments in Quebec and Montreal in the field of intellectual property law.

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  • ROBIC in the Who’s Who Legal: Patents 2017

    June 22, 2017
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    We are pleased to announce that François M. Grenier and Bob H. Sotiriadis have been selected by the prestigious publication Who’s Who Legal to appear in the 2017 edition of their Who’s Who Legal: Patents directory. It should be noted that François and Bob are among only three experts selected for Quebec.

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  • Me Camille Aubin among the four finalists to the volunteer of the year of the Young Bar of Montreal (YBM) title.

    May 18, 2017


    She was involved in the Information Technology Committee (ITC) of the Young Bar, notably in organizing the Leg@l.IT Congress. She took charge of the organization and acted as moderator for the panel “Technology, Lawyers and Darwinism: before and after Ross” dealing with the implantation of technologies in the practice of law.

    Camille Aubin also participated in the International and Professional Development Committee (IPDC) and participated in the creation of the first Independent Interprofessional Cocktail,

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  • Québec International and ROBIC renew their collaboration

    May 18, 2017

    On the photo: Dominique Pomerleau, Vincent Bergeron et Nicolas Sapp of ROBIC with Carl Viel and Sébastien Tanguay of Québec International

     

    Quebec International (IQ) and ROBIC, lawyers, patent and trade-mark agents, announced the renewal of their partnership to continue their collaboration in technological entrepreneurship. To this end,

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  • ROBIC’s 5th Anniversary in Quebec City

    May 1, 2017

    Last Wednesday, February 22nd, ROBIC celebrated the 5th anniversary of its Quebec City office. On this occasion, many clients and local partners as well as several colleagues from the Montreal office met in ROBIC’s new office. With its continuous growth, the Quebec city office has now twenty professionals and administrative people who work closely with a vast clientele.

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  • Game Over for Video Game Pirates

    May 1, 2017

    by J. Freedin & J. Wagner

    In the Canadian decision Nintendo of America Inc. c. Jeramie Douglas King et al., 2017 FC 246, the Plaintiff, Nintendo of America Inc., sought a declaration that the Respondent, Go Cyber Shopping (2005) Ltd., circumvented Nintendo’s TPMs and infringed Nintendo’s copyright in certain works in Canada.

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  • A Landscape of Artificial Intelligence in Canada

    May 1, 2017

    by C. Aubin & J. Freedin

    Modern Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) is poised to take over human jobs in various sectors. Should artists and inventors be worried? How might Intellectual Property (“IP”) generated using AI be handled in the current Canadian legal framework?

    AI is an umbrella term in computer science which encompasses many different computational techniques,

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