- Called to the Barreau du Québec (2000)
- LL.L University of Ottawa (1999)
- B.Sc Minor Physics, University of Ottawa (1996)
Before his legal studies, Pascal Lauzon completed a bachelor’s degree in pure science with a minor in physics, which naturally led him to practice intellectual property law and enabled him to work on various litigation cases bearing a scientific or technological aspect. Before joining the BCF team in 2002, Mr. Lauzon practised in a national firm specialized in intellectual property law. He has been a partner since January 2011.
Mr. Lauzon now practises various aspects of intellectual property law, namely trade-marks, patents, copyright, industrial designs, and trade secrets. His expertise enables him to quickly act to obtain decisions or carry out the required seizure to intervene in an infraction of intellectual property rights. He is a member of the Barreau du Québec and the American Bar Association, Section of Intellectual Property Law, in addition to being recognized by the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) as a trade-mark agent, where he regularly acts in connection to opposition proceedings.
Intellectual property law affects all industries in this information age. Mr. Lauzon, who has a wide-ranging personality and a variety of interests, is well-equipped to provide the legal advice and representation required by clients from a wide diverse array of industries.
- Trade-mark agent, CIPO
- American Bar Association, Section of Intellectual Property Law