Laurence A. Clavet

Laurence A. Clavet

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Lavery Lawyers
Quebec, Canada

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Associate

Laurence A. Clavet is a member of the firm's Business Law Group and practises primarily in transactional and commercial law. As a member of the GO Inc., Program she assists many entrepreneurs and start-ups.

Me Clavet  joined the Lavery team in 2019 after completing her articling, which focused on Business and Intellectual Property Law. During his studies in law, Me Clavet  was notably involved in the Legal Clinic of the Mile End and worked in the fields of Labour and employment Law, as well as litigation.

Before starting her legal education, Me Clavet developed expertise in communications and worked for a post-production studio specializing in advertising, dubbing and original music composition. She is still active in the Montreal cultural community, primarily as the co-director of a theatre company.

In addition, Me Clavet has a keen interest in social, technological and legal innovation in the agri-food industry, primarily through her involvement in various publications.

Publications 

  • ?Viande in vitro : l?éleveur du futur porte un sarrau blanc,? Caribou, January 2019

Seminars

  • ?Blockchain & the Agri-Food Industry: Natural Allies??, annual conference of the Canadian Association for Food Law and Policy, November 2019

Professional and community activities

  • Law student intern, Mile End Legal Clinic, 2018-2019
  • Writer/editor, Bouffisme, since 2017
  • Co-founder, Théâtre des Trompes (NPO), since 2015

Education

  • Bachelor of Laws, Université de Montréal, 2019
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication and History, Université du Québec à Montréal, 2014
Areas of Practice

Commercial | Mergers and Acquisitions | SME | Technology and Entertainment

Articles

Studios and Designers: How to Protect the Intellectual Property of your Video Games?
Lavery Lawyers, March 2021

Behind every video game, there is intellectual property (IP) which is worth protecting to optimize monetisation of the game. As discussed in Studios and designers: Are you sure that you own the intellectual property rights to your video games, the first step for studios and designers is to make sure that they own all IP rights on the video game...

COVID-19: Support for Agriculture and Agri-Food Businesses in Quebec and Canada
Lavery Lawyers, June 2020

It goes without saying that the economic upheavals caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are posing countless challenges for all companies, whether or not they are pursuing their activities within the limits imposed by the governments of Canada and Quebec. Food producers such as agricultural and food processing businesses, considered by the Quebec government to be essential services, are not exempt from this harsh reality...