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Professional activities and initiatives



Practice areas

  • Intellectual Property
  • Commercial and corporate law
  • Start-up businesses

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Camille has notably:

OBTAINED the protection of several thousands of trademarks in Canada and worldwide;

HELPED businesses in trademarks opposition proceedings and cancellation proceedings;

OBTAINED official trademark protection on behalf of Quebec municipalities and public organizations;

OBTAINED the cancellation of problematic and fraudulent trademarks in Asia;

CONDUCTED intellectual property rights audits;

ACTED for the protection and defense of numerous luxury brands in the European Union;

DRAFTED agreements to enhance the value of corporate intellectual property rights in Canada and abroad;

DRAFTED trademark coexistence agreements to avoid or resolve conflicts;

ADVISED several start-ups businesses within their legal constitution;

DRAFTED shareholders agreements, confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, distribution contracts and other commercial agreements;

ADVISED businesses in the organization of advertising contests;

DRAFTED AND REVISED general conditions of sale and use of websites.

Professional activities and initiatives

Member of the Young Bar of Montréal

Member of the Quebec Association of practitioners of trademarks (RPM)

Member of the French Association of practitioners of trademark and design law International Trademark Association (INTA)

Participation in the 141st annual meeting of the International Trademark Association (INTA) in Boston in 2019

Involvement in the defense of animal rights

Named Ones to Watch, Best Lawyers Canada 2024 – Intellectual Property Law


LL.B (equivalencies), University of Montréal – 2015

LL.M in Intellectual Property Law and Design Law, University of Lyon, France – 2011

DESS (Masters Degree) in Business Law, University of Strasbourg, France – 2010

LL.B in private law, University of Burgundy, France – 2009


  • Master’s thesis in Intellectual Property-Design Law devoted to “French wine, between tradition, modernity and the New World” quoted in the professional French magazine JurisClasseur (2011) and presented at the Awards Ceremony at the University of Lyon (France). – 2011
    – 2011