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Resume for Judée B. for Government Officer / Agent / Government & Civic in Delray Beach, Florida




Occupation: Government Officer / Agent Industry: Government & Civic
Country: United States City: Delray Beach
State: Florida ZIP: 33445



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JUD E B.
Orange Terrace, Apt.
Delray Beach, FL
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Project Officer January to Present
Consumer Product Safety Directorate
Health Canada, Ontario, Canada
• Leads the project to update the policy interpretations reference manuals for consumer
products to be regulated under the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act; identifying and
analyzing gaps in the current reference manuals by comparison with regulatory updates
and discussion with project teams, drafts updates and incorporates comments and works
with Legal Services to finalize.
• Familiarization with Consumer Product Safety regulations and enforcement issues,
Government of Canada regulations and policy, and Canada Consumer Product Safety Act
CCPSA orders authority.
• Leads the planning, organizing, conduct and evaluation of the results of various scientific
and regulatory studies and investigations on the health and safety hazards of consumer
products in order to develop innovative solutions and approaches concerning specific
product safety issues.
• Leads consultations with consumers, industry representatives, federal and provincial
officials, and other stakeholders to discuss concerns about product safety issues and to
obtain industry and stakeholder input that can be integrated with existing departmental
strategies and work plans concerning program directions on product safety issues.
• Leads, promotes and monitors special programs aimed at industry to ensure the safety of
unregulated products, including promoting the programs and monitoring their
effectiveness, and promotes the development of new and revised industry product safety
standards and quality control procedures.
• Represents the Department at highlevel meetings with stakeholder organizations, other
government departments and international stakeholder and government organizations to
convey complex departmental program directions and policy positions.
• Participates on national and international standardswriting bodies in the development and
harmonization of complex product safety standards, thus influencing the national program
and policy directions of other government and nongovernment agencies and associations.
• Provides expert and authoritative scientific, risk assessment/management, and regulatory
advice and interpretations to management, regional inspectors, other federal, provincial
and foreign agencies, private industry, and the public.
• Provides expertise and leadership in the development and implementation of public
information and education programs on the known risks and safe use of consumer
products.
Program Officer May to January
Controlled Substances and Tobacco Directorate
Office of Regulations and Compliance
Health Canada, Ontario, Canada
• Participated in the coordinative management of national compliance and
datagathering programs, including inspection, investigation, data analysis
and enforcement activities in the area of tobacco, to ensure that OTC
policies, guidelines and procedures are being followed for maximum
efficiency, effectiveness and uniformity.
• Assessed several simultaneous enforcement programs under the Tobacco Act
to regulate the promotion, packaging and sale of tobacco products.
• Participated in the development and implementation of training programs
for Inspectors.
• Participated in the annual Directorate operational work planning
exercises, to ensure operational feasibility of the inspection, analytical
and enforcement procedures and achieve operational goals within Branch
objectives; prepared presentations for the Director, Regional Managers and Regional
Specialists on changes to tobacco products and packages contravening sections of the Act,
for further investigation.
• Provided expert advice to Directorate management on a variety of problems
related to management of field inspection operations and field laboratory
operations.
• Prepared briefing notes for the ADM, DM and Minister, to advise them on emerging
tobacco control issues and on occurrences which might affect the implementation of
corrective measures, on the role of compliance of the tobacco program with methods used
for increasing compliance and the results achieved.
• Prepared ministerial correspondence answering questions regarding issues, compliance and
enforcement of the Tobacco Act and tobacco products.
Acting Supervisor December to May
Intellectual Property Office
Industry Canada, Quebec, Canada
• Lead, directed and supervised the work of sixteen Trademarks Examiners, planning and
assigning work, providing technical guidance, reviewing work during performance or
upon completion, evaluating performance and overseeing the training of staff.
• Interpreted the Trademarks Act and regulations, Canadian Intellectual Property Office
policies, directives and guidelines and significant court decisions and Trademark
Opposition Board decisions and provided advice and counsel to Trademarks examination
staff, applicants, trademarks agents and lawyers.
• Communicated with individual applicants, trademark agents and lawyers to ensure that
decisions of the office are understood and that the appropriate level of service has been
provided. Mediated conflict situations between Examination staff and applicants or their
agents.
• Represented the Registrar and the Trademarks Branch on various governmental and non
governmental committees, such as those of the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada
IPIC to discuss interpretations of the Trademarks Act and Regulations and examination
practices.
• Provided expert technical information and explanations to officials of federal and
provincial governments and intellectual property specialists from other countries.
• Examined and rendered decisions on contentious or difficult applications for the
registration of trademarks.
• Contributed as a member of the Examination Section Management Committee, to the
management of the Examination sectionÊ; lead or participated in studies and projects
related to improving division management and operationsÊ; contributed to Section work
and budget planning.
Senior Trademarks Examiner
May to December
Intellectual Property Office
Industry Canada, Quebec, Canada
• Reviewed trademarks applications to assess if they complied with the Trademarks Act,
rules, regulations and legal requirements.
• Determined the scope of protection claimed by the applicant.
• Researched relevant trademarks to compare prior trademarks to trademark claimed in the
application.
• Analyzed trademarks, evaluated possible problems such as objections that could be raised,
and determined if additional information is needed to make a decision.
• DraftedÊquality reports and recommended the application for approval or nonapproval.
Issued action letters, reportingÊagency decisions.
• Interpreted and applied the Trademarks Act, its regulations and the jurisprudence by
examining application for registration of trademarks to determine their eligibility, non
eligibility or need for amendment.
• Performed legal and trade research and research in all channels of trade in order to ensure
that applicants are not granted exclusive rights to descriptive terms which should be open
to all traders and to registration of unregisterable matter.
• Communicated and built relationships in writing and orally with clients concerning their
applications.
• Provided advice to the trademarks industry, public and staff of other government
departments on general and specific trademark issues and procedures.
• Negotiated and exchanged ideas, information and opinion with agents and applicants to
formulated trademarks policies and programs or arrive jointly at decisions, conclusions or
solutions.
• Persuaded and influenced others in favour of a trademark application’s decision, or point
of view.
• Researched and study Federal Court and Trademarks Opposition Board decisions having
a bearing on trademarks matters and individual cases.
• Conducted thorough screening interviews, evaluated applicants’ qualifications for
positions throughout Industry Canada.
Services Agent July to May
Canada Revenue Agency, Quebec, Canada
• Insured compliance with the Office and the Revenue Agency regulations and
guidelines pertaining to tax returns, social programs and refunds. Assisted clientele
through issues and problems that are not answered routinely.
• Provided interpretation of complex legal and regulatory documentation and data to
ensure adherence to the laws. Solicited sensitive information on a variety of
policies.
• Analysed and evaluated information involving the research of records.
• Provided training to newly hired personnel and presented specific

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