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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Bay Adelaide Centre, East Tower
22 Adelaide Street West, Suite 3400
Toronto, ON M5H 4E3

Work Department

Intellectual Property


Partner, Trademark Agent


Justine Wiebe is a partner in the Toronto office of BLG. Justine has practised exclusively in the field of intellectual property since 1990, and is known for her exemplary client service, and focus on aligning brand protection and enforcement strategies with business-objectives. Internationally ranked as a leading trademark lawyer, Justine guides clients in the global clearance and protection of trademarks, and employs strategic approaches in trademark disputes, oppositions and summary cancellation proceedings in Canada and, in collaboration with local counsel, abroad. Justine also assists clients with the commercialization of intellectual property and has significant transactional experience. Justine excels at distilling complex information so that it is easily understood, and collaborating with clients to customize processes and streamline reporting protocols. These service delivery innovations respond to client business needs and reinforce Justine’s standing as a trusted business partner.




Fellow, Intellectual Property Institute of Canada; Member, International Trademark Association; Member, MARQUES.


LLB, Queen’s University, 1992; BA, University of Toronto, 1992.

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Intellectual property

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Justine Wiebe – Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Borden Ladner Gervais LLP is geared to support on an array of prosecution, enforcement, dispute, licensing and transactional IP affairs, including those relating to patents, industrial designs, copyrights and trade secrets. The practice is spearheaded by Calgary-based Jason Howg, both a patent and trademark agent, who possesses an in-depth knowledge of IT, software and computer-related technologies. In Toronto, Justine Wiebe hones her focus on global trademark strategies, acting for domestic clients in addition to those with international portfolios, meanwhile Brandon Evenson is a protection and enforcement expert who leverages his background in computer and software engineering to support a number of high-tech players. Over at the Ottawa office, Chantal Saunders is routinely involved in copyright and trademark infringement litigation, whereas Beverley Moore is a go-to for patent litigation and actions under the Patented Medicines Regulations.