Mr. Lepage practices mainly in the fields of business law and intellectual property law.
As such, Mr. Lepage practices corporate and commercial law, and more particularly he drafts and negotiates agreements related to purchase and sale of businesses, corporate and tax reorganizations for business ventures and non-profit organizations, as well as funding documentation. Mr. Lepage also practices in the area of intellectual property law. He is a registered trademark agent with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) and in charge of the office’s Intellectual Property practice group. Mr. Lepage manages trademarks portfolios for his clients and advises them on intellectual property registration in Canada and abroad through a vast network of contacts and correspondent attorneys. He also drafts and negotiates various types of agreements related to intellectual property. He has developed a strong experience in matters relating to confusion of trademarks and business names and represents his clients in connection with intellectual property litigation before the administrative bodies of the CIPO Opposition Board and the Registraire des entreprises du Québec, as well as various arbitration institutions with respect to domain names disputes.
Mr. Lepage is also the author of a number of specialized articles in the field of trademarks and business names confusion.