Sébastien Roy’s practice is focused primarily on intellectual property and commercial law. Sébastien takes on mandates in various areas of intellectual property law such as copyright, trademarks, industrial designs, patents and trade secrets and is frequently called upon to draft and negotiate various contracts, provide legal opinions, and ensure legal recourses before both federal and provincial courts. His expertise extends to trademark law, where he has significant experience advising clients both on their trademark choice, valuation and protection. A Registered Trademark Agent with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Sébastien prosecutes trademark applications and is involved in matters of oppositions to trademark registrations. He also frequently advises clients in drafting and negotiating development, licensing, outsourcing and services contracts in matters of software, technology and retail of products. An e-commerce expert, Sébastien guides clients in developing contracts and policies aimed at creating a legal framework for the use of websites and online transactions. He was called to the Québec Bar in 1999. Sébastien also completed a Master’s Degree in 2007 with a thesis focusing on trademark law topics for which he earned several awards and recognitions.