Diana Mansour

Diana Mansour


Diana Mansour
Contact Information

Diana Mansour


T 416.865.6711

F 416.865.6636

E dmansour@grllp.com


University of Windsor, LL.B., 1998
Wilfrid Laurier University, MBA, 1995
Dalhousie University, BSc., 1991
Bar Admission

Ontario, 2000
Nova Scotia, 1999
About Gardiner Roberts LLP

For over 100 years, Gardiner Roberts has combined the benefits of a full-service law firm with the dexterity of a mid-sized one. Our focused, cross-disciplinary, one-team approach and commitment to understand your business joins our relevant expertise, immediacy and dedication to providing client-centric, hands-on service. 100% Canadian and fully independent, we offer a level of overall efficiency and cost-effectiveness that larger firms can't touch. Resisting "cookie-cutter" law, Gardiner Roberts has built its name - one rewarding client relationship at a time.

Executive Summary

Diana Mansour specializes in the area of intellectual property law with a focus on intellectual property and information technology transactions, global intellectual property asset management and all areas of trademark and copyright law including the acquisition, maintenance, protection, exploitation and enforcement of these rights.

Diana has extensive experience with developing and implementing global strategies for the protection, exploitation and enforcement of trademarks. Diana provides global strategic advice on managing national and international trademark portfolios, searching, clearing, filing and registering trademarks and domain names; as well as experience in contentious issues including domain name disputes, opposition proceedings, cancellation proceedings, resolving disputes, infringement opinions and related litigation and support (including cease and desist letters, statements of claim and defence, written arguments and supporting evidence).

Diana also has extensive experience providing transactional advice and conducting due diligence in the evaluation, transfer and management of intellectual property in mergers, acquisitions, financing, etc., and in negotiating and drafting on-premise and cloud software and intellectual property related agreements (e.g., licensing, joint ventures, research and development, assignments, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, material transfer, outsourcing, and service agreements).


Articles and Presentations

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Professional Involvement
  • Law Society of Ontario (LSO)
  • Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society (NSBS)
  • Licensing Executives’ Society, USA and Canada
  • Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC), Trademark Committee, Copyright Committee and IP Agreements Committee
  • International Trademark Association (INTA), Copyright Committee, Artificial Intelligence (current), INTA Bulletins Committee (previous), Parallel Imports Committee (previous)
  • Canadian Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section
  • American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section