Marsha Cadogan

Marsha Simone Cadogan is a CIGI fellow.

Marsha Cadogan
Expertise
Geographical Indications
Trademarks
International Intellectual Property Rights
Innovation and Intellectual Property

Bio

Marsha Simone Cadogan is a CIGI fellow with expertise in international and domestic intellectual property (IP) law, international relations, trade and IP, and international law and development. She has a Ph.D. in IP from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University and is a practising lawyer of the Bar of Ontario.

From this expert

Title Topic Type PDF
Using SDGs to Leverage National Intellectual Property Strategies Intellectual Property, Sustainable Development Policy Briefs
Ontario’s Intellectual Property Strategy: Supporting the Knowledge-based Economy Innovation Economy, Intellectual Property Conference Reports
Making Agricultural and Food-based Geographical Indications Work in Canada Intellectual Property, Trade Policy Briefs
Thinking Through Intellectual Property Issues: Charting a Path Forward Innovation Economy, Intellectual Property Conference Reports
Thinking Through Intellectual Property Rights: Sovereign Patent Funds and Educational Supports for Business Intellectual Property, Patents Conference Reports
Thinking Through Intellectual Property Issues: Improving Ontario’s Innovation Performance Innovation Economy, Intellectual Property Conference Reports
NAFTA 2.0 and Intellectual Property Rights: Insights on Developing Canada's Knowledge Economy Intellectual Property, NAFTA/CUSMA Essay Series
Traditional Knowledge Belongs in Progressive Trade Policy Intellectual Property, NAFTA/CUSMA, Traditional Knowledge Video
The Coming Fight over Peaches and Mangoes in NAFTA Talks NAFTA/CUSMA, Trade Opinion
CETA and the Future of Geographical Indications Protection in Canada Intellectual Property, Trade CIGI Papers
Critical Reflections: Coherence or Chaos in International Intellectual Property Rights Law Intellectual Property Opinion
CIGI ILRP Consultation Workshop: Emerging International Law Issues Related to Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge & Cultural Expression: From Community Knowledge to a Knowledge Community Event