Alan Ovadia is a Commercial Lawyer and seasoned Litigator with experience across many domains. He is has successfully negotiated resolutions in many high-conflict cases for his clients, whether adversaries were individuals, business entities or government entities.
Me Ovadia is a Trademark Agent and has helped many clients realize and manage their intellectual property portfolios, as well as assisting in the safeguarding of such intellectual property from infringement. He has acted as an Independent Supervising Solicitor in various Anton Piller Injunction files so as to ensure the protection of solicitor-client privilege and to preserve physical and digital evidence for proof. He has also acted in many other types of Injunction and Safeguard files, including those concerning real estate and payment of rent, domain names, corporate espionage and theft of trade secrets and other corporate assets.
A mind geared towards the concerns of entrepreneurs, Me Ovadia managed his own practice for many years and is intimately familiar with the needs of businesses, no matter the size. He takes great pride in being practical and solution-oriented while still acting in the client's best interests. He has experience with incorporations, reviewing and maintaining corporate minute books and with all manner of contracts and corporate transactions.
With vast experience in the areas of anti-counterfeiting and corporate fraud, Me Ovadia has spoken at conferences on such topics, has been named in search warrants and has assisted in the training of law enforcement throughout the Province of Quebec and Canada, including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).
Fully bilingual and academically gifted, Alan holds a Bachelor of Commerce with a specialization in Finance and Entrepreneurship from McGill University as well both Civil Law and Common Law degrees from the University of Ottawa, where he graduated on the Dean's List and Cum Laude respectively.
If Me Ovadia had not chosen to become a lawyer, he would have been a superhero.