Alexandre Ajami’s intellectual property practice includes trademarks, copyright and licensing. He represents clients in a variety of industries, including franchising, computer technology, the cultural sector and manufacturing. He has also developed comprehensive knowledge of agriculture and food production and represents many businesses working in this industry.

Alexandre has extensive experience in assisting clients to acquire, protect, licence, exploit, and enforce intellectual property rights. His practice includes trademark opposition proceedings and expungement proceedings, as well as negotiating and drafting trademark, copyright, technology, and software licenses, publishing contracts and franchise agreements.

As a registered trademark agent, Alexandre has experience in obtaining trademark protection in Canada as well as working with firms around the world in securing such protection, including in the United States and Europe. Alexandre also assists his clients with advice on many topics related to the Internet, e-commerce and social media, including privacy law, image rights, defamation, the Charter of the French language, rules on promotional contests and advertisement, Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation, domain names and website development.

Alexandre’s practice also includes intellectual property dispute resolution, unfair competition, access to information, judicial review, administrative law and agricultural litigation before various courts, including all judicial courts in the province of Quebec, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, the Competition Tribunal and the Supreme Court of Canada.