The Colour Research Society of Canada presents:

Branding in Colour and Sound

Colours and sounds transcend time and space. Logos convey messages which are understood around the world in a consistent fashion. For global brand owners, branding through use of colour and sound is overtaking use of letters. I will discuss current trends in the use of colour and sound as brand identifiers.

Andrea F. Rush, B.C.L., LL.B., LL.M.
Partner, Patent and Trade-mark Agent/
Avocate, Agent de brevets et de marques de commerce
LSUC Cert. Specialist (Copyright and Trade-marks)

Thursday January 23, 7:00pm
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts, 984 Queen St. West

As a lawyer registered to practise in Ontario and Quebec, and as a registered patent agent and trade-mark agent, Andrea’s practice focus is ICT (information and communications technologies). Andrea has appeared as lead counsel before the Supreme Court of Canada, Federal Court, Copyright Board and Trade-marks Opposition Board, and advises on commercialization of intellectual property and technology. 

A recipient of awards and scholarships from McGill University, the Federal Department of Justice (Canada) and the Copyright Society of the USA, Andrea has taught intellectual property in the Master of Laws program at Osgoode Hall Law School and at OCAD University in Toronto. She is recognized as a leading Canadian lawyer by Who’s Who Legal, (Business Lawyers and trade-mark lawyers), WTR 1000 and Chambers Global 2012: Intellectual Property – Litigation as well as Lexpert, and as an outstanding business law practitioner by the Guide to the World’s Leading Women in Business.