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Minden Gross LLP names Sepideh Nassabi as Intellectual Property Litigation Group Chair

Oct 13, 2021

Congratulations to Sepideh Nassabi, who has been named as Chair of Minden GrossPhoto: Sepideh Nassabi - litigation Lawyer LLP’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group. Intellectual property litigation is generally understood to comprise of advice and representation, alternative dispute resolution, mediation or arbitration, in all matters relating to contentious proceedings involving rights respecting patents, trademarks, copyright, industrial designs, brand names, trade dress, personality rights, trade secrets, data protection and other such matters.

About Sepideh Nassabi

Sepideh is a Partner in the Litigation Group. She is also a registered trademark agent and assists companies of all sizes to develop brand strategies and portfolios in Canada. She works closely with lawyers in foreign jurisdictions, including China and the United States, to coordinate intellectual property strategies abroad. Sepideh regularly acts for businesses in opposition proceedings and litigation at all levels of the Ontario courts.

As a litigator, Sepideh represents clients involved in a range of litigation, including construction, contractual disputes, commercial real estate and insolvency matters. She is involved in all facets of insolvency litigation, including commercial reorganizations and restructurings under the Companies Creditors’ Arrangement Act, Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, and other related legislation. Learn more about Sepideh: https://www.mindengross.com/our-people/details/sepideh-nassabi