Brandi’s practice is concentrated in the areas of intellectual property and internet law, including trademarks, copyright, and confidential business information, website compliance, and privacy. She also practices in the area of wills and estates.
Brandi articled with Thompson Dorfman Sweatman from 2011 to 2012. She became an Associate of Thompson Dorfman Sweatman in June 2012.
EDUCATION: J.D., University of Manitoba,2011
M.A. (Honours), University of Victoria,2007
B.A. (Honours), University of Winnipeg,2003
CALL TO THE BAR: Manitoba, 2012
ACHIEVEMENTS: Third highest standing in Third-year Law—Law Society of Manitoba Prize and Alf Francis Memorial Prize, 2011
Highest Standing & Second Highest Standing in Second-year Law—Isbister Scholarship and Archie Micay, Q.C. Prize, 2010
Pitblado Scholarships--2009, 2010
Taylor McCaffrey LLP Entrance Award
Lieutenant Governor Master’s Degree Silver Medal (Other than Thesis)—University of Victoria, 2007
Editorial Board Member/Articles Editor for the Canadian Journal of Human Rights, 2010-2011
OTHER SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS: “Net Neutrality: An Architectural Problem in Search of a Political Solution” in the Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law
ICTAM: Tech Mashup June 11, 2013 12:00 pm to 1:30 am
Preparing for Canada’s anti-spam legislation Do you send messages to your customers or clients electronically? If you do, you need to be ready for Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) before it comes into force. This presentation will cover keys to CASL compliance including: Scope of the anti-spam provisions and regulations; Exceptions to the anti-spam provisions; Understanding express and implied consent; Required form for commercial electronic messages; Potential liability for non-compliance; and Creating a CASL compliance checklist. Read more...