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Donald M. Cameron

  • Don Cameron is a partner of Ogilvy Renault in Toronto, where he chairs the Toronto intellectual property group.  Mr. Cameron has extensive experience in intellectual property litigation before the Ontario Court and the Federal Court of Canada.  Mr. Cameron is certified as a specialist in intellectual property law (patents, trade-marks and copyright) and in civil litigation.  He is an Adjunct Professor of Patent and Trade Secrets Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Toronto.


Robert L. Percival

  • Robert Percival - Mr. Percival's practice is devoted to commercial transactions involving information technology and electronic commerce.  He has extensive experience in advising clients on a wide array of commercial information technology matters such as technology outsourcing projects, strategic alliances and joint ventures, technology development, acquisition and transfer,  privacy issues and Internet-based e-commerce businesses. Mr. Percival is actively involved in numerous legal and technology industry associations, including his current appointment as the Co-Chair of the Canadian IT Law Associationís Electronic Commerce Committee. Prior to entering the practice of law, Mr. Percival was employed in a business capacity with Prime Computer of Canada Limited and with the Telecommunications Business Group of Digital Equipment of Canada Limited. His information technology and telecommunications industry business experience has uniquely equipped him with significant industry knowledge and understanding, as well as a practical, business-oriented perspective and approach in addressing the legal issues surrounding information technology.





Mark Edward Davis

  • Mark Davis is a graduate of UVic and an associate with Heenan Blaikie in Toronto.  Mr. Davis practises in all areas of intellectual property law, with a focus on litigation.  He has worked with and written on copyright, trade-mark, domain name and jurisdiction issues relating to the Internet.




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