Current affairs

How do you protect an innovation?

October 13th, 2017

A La Presse+ report

Partners Dominique Babin and Julien Lacheré answered questions posed by technological SMEs wanting to protect their innovations.


Startups: Four funding opportunities to protect your inventions

May 18th, 2017

Your intellectual property (IP) is the product of your imagination, and therefore, you own it. Like any other goods, your creations are property and, although they may not be tangible, they should be protected.


Our partner, Guy Rouleau, now on the Board of the Quebec Technology Association

November 25th, 2016

His expertise could be very valuable to the organization and its 500 members.


BCF is a proud sponsor of the Technology Fast 50™ program

November 21st, 2016

Québec firms shine among the winners

Several professionals of the firm have sat on the jury.


BCF and the AQT partner with a new community organization

March 16th, 2016

Our firm supports the efforts of Toujours Ensemble.

Our Partner Guy Rouleau was present to salute the impressive work done by the organization.


Swiveling between home and office: A case for the common swivel chair

November 7th, 2014

For more than two years IKEA tried to convince the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) that its swiveling office chairs should not be considered domestic furniture. Because, while swivel chairs meant to be used in a business environment can be imported into Canada duty-free, an 8% tariff applies if they are for use in a home office. Does that make sense?