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Wynnie Chan’s practice focuses on trademarks, licensing and related litigation, in addition to copyright & digital media, marketing and advertising law.
Prior to commencing her legal career, Wynnie held a number of managerial marketing and communications positions in Silicon Valley for high tech companies developing brands, overseeing marketing and advertising campaigns and dealing with anti-spam issues. She also spent a summer as a marketing intern in Taiwan for one of the world's largest telecommunications companies.
While in law school, Wynnie worked as a legal intern at a major fashion brand with their IP counsel in New York, as a legal intern in New York law firms, and as a legal intern and researcher in London, UK. She also participated in the Pace Gray’s Inn Moot Court Competition while in London. Wynnie was named to the Dean’s List during her studies and holds a Certificate in International Law.
Prior to being admitted to the Bar, Wynnie was an articling student with the firm.
Wynnie is conversant in French and Mandarin.
American Bar Association (ABA) Canadian Bar Association (CBA) Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC), Associate Law Society of Ontario (LSO)