We are excited that our first collaboration with CIGI as a partner and principal sponsor of the Understanding the TPP conference on January 29 was such a success, and hope our passions for innovation will lead us to further collaborations!
Long-time supporters of the CIPP, Patrick Goudreau and Louis Dubé of DS Avocats Canada, generously co-sponsored the Understanding the TPP colloquium on January 29.
2015-2016 is our first collaboration with Fraser Mann of Mann Symons LLP who is sponsoring the work of an exceptional Research Assistant (IP enthusiast/future specialist!) at the CIPP.
Specialists from Industry Canada and Heritage Canada were co-teachers in Professor Moyse’s IP Policy in the Making seminar course in Fall 2015.
Chair and McGill Professor Emeritus Armand de Mestral and the CIPP collaborated to great effect on the organization of the Understanding the TPP conference on January 29. The Chair was also a co-sponsor of the conference.
Now in its third year, our collaboration with Lallemand, a global leader in the research and development of yeast and bacteria, has proven a great success. Lallemand sponsor the CIPP seminar series.
2015-2016 Lallemand Scholars:
Me Julie Gauvreau
Professor Jean-Fédéric Morin
Professor Guy Pessach
MASS were a collaborator and co-sponsor of Lukas Vanhonnaeker’s January 20 seminar on IP Rights as Direct Foreign Investment and the networking cocktail following the seminar. We are pleased the intersections between our work brought us together and hope they will again.
A close collaborator of the CIPP since their inception, this year IPITPol organized a coffeehouse for students in Fall 2015. Several of their members are also research assistants working with the CIPP on various CIPP projects throughout the year.
Jointly founded in 2013 by École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS) and McGill University, the Quartier de l’innovation (QI) is an innovation ecosystem in the heart of Montreal. The success of CIPP’s first venture to the QI and the CEIM (TPP conference, January 29) encouraged our prompt return on April 15 for the SSHRC-funded Regulating Innovation research meeting.
Le RDGC est un regroupement stratégique FRQSC liée au Centre de recherche en droit public (CRDP) de l’Université de Montréal. Le CIPP organise certains événements en collaboration avec eux.
La Chaire L.R. Wilson et son équipe ont généreusement collaboré avec le CIPP sur le développement de notre nouveau site Internet sur la plateforme OpenUM.ca.