Lindsay practices in the areas of the visual arts, film & television, music, fashion, new media and publishing. She works with a diverse range of clients across these various creative sectors and enjoys engaging with her clients in those great points of convergence amongst these different spaces. Lindsay practices generally in the areas of business and intellectual property law as these relate to her clients, with experience ranging from managing various commercial transactions and drafting and negotiating a variety of industry specific agreements to addressing copyright and trademark matters. Lindsay is a registered trademark agent in Canada and registered to appear before the USPTO. She practices with Taylor Oballa Murray Leyland LLP in Vancouver.
Lindsay sits on the boards of the British Columbia Arts Council, the provincial government funding body for creative industries, and Femmarte, a private art investment club with a mandate to support the careers of women artists in Canada today. Lindsay will sit on a leadership committee for the International Trademark Association during its upcoming term and has previously served on the board of Cineworks, an independent filmmakers society. She has given talks on various areas of critical impact to the cultural sectors she works with, such as on the areas of copyright, branding and trademark law, and digital and social media literacy.
Lindsay holds her J.D. from Dalhousie University where she was the Co-Editor in Chief of the Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies, a student editor for the Canadian Journal of Law & Technology, and the founder of the Student Association of Law & Technology and its inaugural conference. She received her B.A. in Art History from the University of British Columbia.
Lindsay has a film production company with one project broadcast nationally and a few currently in development. She is integrally involved with The House of Songs Canada, in collaboration with The House of Songs founded by Troy Campbell in Austin. Lindsay is an avid art collector with a focus on modern and contemporary Canadian artists, and women Abstract Expressionist painters.
International Trademark Association