Welcome to the firm!

BRION RAFFOUL LLP is delighted to welcome two (2) new law students for 2022 summer internships, starting on May 2, 2022. Joining our team are Gabriella Fortugno & Greg Parth. Welcome to the firm!

Happy Halloween!

Halloween fun at the office today! From all of us at Brion Raffoul LLP, we witch you a Happy Halloween!

Chris Chiavatti called to the Ontario Bar

Brion Raffoul is delighted to announce that our current articling student, Chris Chiavatti, was called to the Ontario Bar on Friday August 27. Chris is a member of our patent practice, specializing in prosecution of biotechnology, biomedical, and chemical applications. Congratulations Chris!

Brion Raffoul LLP welcomes Stephanie Williams to the firm!

Stephanie is an IP lawyer with a primary focus on our trademark practice.  Stephanie will also assist with IP licensing matters and provide general legal advice around intellectual property protection.  Prior to working for Brion Raffoul, Stephanie worked for another leading Canadian IP firm.  Prior to law school, …

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Canadian Astronaut Monitor is Out of this World

The Bio-Monitor™ wearable health monitor is now being used by the Canadian Space Agency to monitor astronauts’ vital signs aboard the International Space Station.  Invented and produced by the Montreal-based company Hexoskin, the Bio-Monitor™ wearable health monitor combines multiple medical sensors into a “smart shirt” and records astronauts’ …

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Natalie Raffoul to Co-Chair IPIC McGill Summer Courses

Are you new to IP? Do you want to brush up on your IP knowledge? Please join Brion Raffoul LLP’s Managing Partner, Natalie Raffoul as she once again co-chairs IPIC/McGill Summer 2021 Patents, Trademarks and Copyright courses on Intellectual Property, July 12 – 28, 2021. Joining Natalie as …

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Cornershop: A Latin American Success Story

Cornershop is one of Latin America’s recent e-commerce successes.  Long before COVID-19 led to a boom in online ordering, Cornershop allowed users to order and receive their groceries at home.  But how did this app go from a three-person start-up to a multinational brand in five years? Daniel …

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