As a lawyer, partner and trade-mark agent at Fogler Rubinoff LLP in Toronto, Ashlee Froese is a lawyer who brings a breadth of experience in a variety of industries with respect to managing and protecting their brands domestically and internationally. She also assists in creating strategies for the planning and execution of brand protection strategies. Her keen interest in assisting fashion entrepreneurs protect their creative ingenuity is evident on her website www.canadafashionlaw.com, a site that examines laws affecting the fashion industry from a Canadian perspective.
Ashlee is also a board member of Fashion Group International Toronto and sits on the Board of Advisors for Ryerson University’s Fashion Zone. She is a frequent guest speaker and published author on trade-marks, domain name and branding law. She has lectured at law schools, universities, cultural institutions, law societies and industry associations throughout North America and she’s been published in numerous magazines and academic publications such as FLARE. Ashlee obtained a B.A. (Hons) from the University of Toronto and subsequently interned with the United Nations Development Programme in the Middle East. Ashlee obtained her LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School.
Meet with Ashlee about intellectual property concerns such as company names, trademarks, copyright, brand names, social media and domain names.