Judith Robinson is national practice head of Norton Rose Fulbright's Canadian intellectual property practice. Her practice is primarily in IP litigation with particular emphasis on patent cases and related opinion work and strategic advice, including freedom to operate, infringement and invalidity analyses. Judith has been lead counsel on a number of significant court cases including patent trials in aerospace and pharmaceuticals, appellate work and the judicial review of administrative decisions in these areas. Many of these cases require cross-border coordination with parallel litigation in the US and Europe. She has been active in litigation and strategic work related to the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations since the introduction of this regime in 1993, including the first cases filed in 2018 under the amended regime. She has also been counsel on significant data protection cases.