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Veronica C. Tsou

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Veronica* practices primarily in intellectual property litigation, working with a variety of companies in a number of technological areas. Prior to joining Lenczner Slaght, Veronica worked at an international law firm on high-profile and high-value cases, honing her skills in Federal Court practice. Her desire to be an effective and efficient advocate means she strives for§ creative arguments and novel approaches to legal issues. Working closely with her clients, her priority is always to protect their innovation .

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Veronica C. Tsou

is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.

Veronica's practice encompasses a broad-range of intellectual property litigation, including patents, trade-marks, and trade secret disputes. She has assisted with matters before the Federal Court of Canada, including patent infringement trials, PM(NOC) hearings, judicial reviews and trademark matters. Veronica also assists with IP protection strategies and intellectual property agreements.

Veronica summered and articled at another leading international firm, developing her practice in IP.

She graduated with a JD from the University of Ottawa (cum laude) and completed her nanotechnology engineering degree at the University of Waterloo. While in law school, Veronica competed in the Harold Fox Intellectual Property Moot and won the award for Best Factum. She also volunteered with Law Help Ontario, assisting self-represented litigants.

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  • Canadian Bar Association - Member-at-Large of the Intellectual Property Section Executive

  • Ontario Bar Association

  • American International Property Law Association (AIPLA)

  • Intellectual Property Owners Association - Member

  • Patent vs Pandemic: Ensuring Patents Save Lives

    These are trying, stressful, and uncertain times, even for the optimist. As the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 rise and hospitals begin to fill, the need for medicine and medical supplies is at the forefront of everyone’s mind. The search is on for rapid and innovative solutions. But what if that brilliant solution treads on a patent?

    Veronica C. Tsou | March 27, 2020

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