Emilie Feil-Fraser Associate


Speaks:  English, French

Year of Call: 2016 - British Columbia

Primary phone: +1 604-443-7612

Fax: +1 604-683-3558

Email: emilie.feil-fraser@gowlingwlg.com

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Primary office:  Vancouver




Emilie Feil-Fraser

Emilie Feil-Fraser is an intellectual property (IP) lawyer in Gowling WLG’s Vancouver office. 

Emilie helps clients develop strategies to protect their intellectual property through trademarks, copyright, trade secrets, patents, and plant breeders’ rights.  As a litigator, she also actively assists clients with enforcement of their intellectual property rights, and appears regularly in Federal Court and the British Columbia Supreme Court. 

Emilie represents a variety of clients, from advising small start-up businesses to representing multi-national corporations in large-scale patent infringement litigation.  She provides IP strategy and regulatory compliance advice to clients in specialized industries with regard to licensing, packaging and labelling, as well as marketing and advertising practices.

Emilie speaks French fluently and has specialized knowledge regarding court procedure, jurisdictional questions and conflict of law issues, having clerked with the British Columbia Supreme Court. She is also a strong advocate of alternative dispute resolution processes and strives to find creative solutions for clients involved in contentious disputes.  

Emilie has a bachelor of arts in Canadian history and previously worked in the tourism industry before becoming a lawyer. She is an avid musician and spends as much time in the mountains as possible.

Career & Recognition

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  • 2016

    • Career
      March 2016
      Gowling WLG Associate
    • Qualifications (Year of Call/Admission, etc.)
       2016
      Year of Call, British Columbia
  • 2014

    • Career
       2014
      Law Clerk, British Columbia Supreme Court
    • Education
       2014
      University of British Columbia, JD
  • 2010

    • Education
       2010
      University of British Columbia, BA – Honours History