The Harold G. Fox Moot is intended to promote the furtherance of education in the intellectual property field, and to provide participants with the opportunity to interact with jurists of the Supreme, Ontario, and Federal Courts and experienced practitioners of intellectual property law. It is named in honour of the late Harold G. Fox, one of Canada’s leading intellectual property scholars and advocates.
The Fox Moot was founded by Professor Emir A. C. Mohammed and Mohamed Hashim, both of the University of Windsor Law School, and the partnership of Dimock Stratton LLP. It is sponsored by Dimock Stratton LLP and administered by a committee of of jurists, practitioners, academics and students.
2013 Fox Moot Committee
- Justice Marshall Rothstein, Supreme Court of Canada
- Justice David Stratas, Federal Court of Appeal
- Justice Eleanore Cronk, Ontario Court of Appeal
- Chief Justice Paul Crampton, Federal Court
- Justice Roger Hughes, Federal Court
- Justice David Brown, Superior Court of Justice for Ontario
- Emir A.C. Mohammed, co-chair – Professor, University of Windsor Law School
- Angela Furlanetto, co-chair – Partner, Dimock Stratton LLP
- Mohamed Hashim, Alumni, University of Windsor Law School
- Jonathan Hendricks, Student, University of Windsor Law School
- Ronald Dimock, Partner, Dimock Stratton LLP
- Bruce Stratton, Partner, Dimock Stratton LLP
We thank the committee members for volunteering their time and assistance in developing and administering the moot.