is a founding partner of Wilson Lue LLP, and has practised in litigation and trade mark agency for more than 20 years. His clients include multinationals and top Canadian trade mark filers, who own some of the most recognisable brands in North America and worldwide. Henry provides strategic advice on copyright and trade mark protection and enforcement, and assists companies in the management of their global copyright and trade mark portfolios. He has been counsel in the Federal and Ontario Courts, and before the Trademarks Opposition Board in a variety of intellectual property matters, including copyright and trade marks. He has also been counsel in the Supreme Court of Canada in cases concerning fundamental trade mark law issues.
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