Daniel Bereskin is the founding partner of Bereskin & Parr LLP. Dan provides strategic planning and business advice relating to all aspects of intellectual property law. He has served as legal counsel to the International Trademark Association (INTA), and as a member of the INTA Board of Directors. Dan is a recipient of the INTA President's Award for his long-standing service to the association. Dan is the intellectual property judge of The Private Court, which provides mediation and arbitration services, and he is a mediator/arbitrator with ADR Chambers. He has served as an advisor to the American Law Institute on Transnational IP Dispute Jurisdiction, Choice of Law, and Judgment issues. As of 2014, Dan is the first Canadian inductee into the Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) IP Hall of Fame. A frequent writer, Dan is the author of more than 50 papers and articles. He is the editor/author of International Trademark Dilution, currently in its third edition, a treatise published annually by West Publishing and Westlaw. He wrote the Canada chapter in Famous and Well-Known Marks by Frederick Mostert published by INTA, and is the author of the trademarks chapter in Intellectual Property Disputes: Resolutions and Remedies by Ronald Dimock.