The IP Address blog is personally published by Lorraine Fleck, and does not represent the views of her firm’s clients. This site is intended to be informational only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice pertaining to any jurisdiction’s laws. Nothing on this site should be understood to create any solicitor/client, contractual, fiduciary or other relationship. No one should act, or refrain from acting, based solely upon the material provided on this blog, including comments and links, without first seeking the appropriate legal or other professional advice. Links and retweets on this blog are not endorsements of the content contained at such links or in such retweets.

Lorraine is a Toronto, Canada lawyer and trade-mark agent who is principal at Fleck Innovation Law. Lorraine is licensed to practice Ontario and Canadian federal law; she is also a registered Canadian trade-mark agent.  Lorraine can be found on Twitter at @lorrainefleck.

Lorraine assists Canadian and international clients of varying size in diverse industries with intellectual property, privacy and anti-spam (CASL), social media, advertising and marketing matters. More on the services Lorraine provides can be found here.

Lorraine has been repeatedly recognized by World Trademark Review magazine as a recommended trademark expert in Canada in the fields of litigation, enforcement, prosecution (trademark applications) and strategy. She has also been recommended by her peers to Best Lawyers ® in Canada for her expertise in intellectual property law and to the 2017 IAM Strategy 300, a ranking of the world’s leading IP strategists.

Before starting her own firm, Lorraine was a founding partner of an intellectual property boutique firm which was ranked by Canadian Lawyer magazine in 2016 as one of Canada’s top 10 intellectual property law firms. That ranking was achieved in the firm’s first two (2) years of operation. Lorraine is active in the Toronto, Canadian and international IP communities, and uses the information, experience and international contacts she gains from these activities so her clients can proactively manage their IP rights in Canada and abroad.

In addition to founding and publishing the IP Address blog, which is listed in Justia.com’s IP blog directory and was selected as IP Osgoode’s Pick of the Week in September 2009, Lorraine has been written numerous legal publications and been an invited speaker at conferences in Canada and internationally. She and been interviewed by CTV National News on the privacy aspects of drones, as well as interviewed by Canadian Business magazine on trademark litigation strategy and dispute resolution.

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