Chris Wilson is internationally recognized as a leading Canadian intellectual property litigator. He has acted as lead counsel in trademark, copyright, patent and trade secrets litigation in the Federal and British Columbia trial and appellate courts. His cases include precedent-setting decisions dealing with topics such as Internet keyword advertising and domain names, the constitutionality of Canada’s official marks regime, contempt for violation of an intellectual property injunction, and one of the largest monetary judgments for breach of confidence in Canadian history. In his practice, Mr. Wilson represents and advises multinational and local clients in all areas of intellectual property rights, with a focus on enforcement and disputes, including trademark actions and appeals from the Trademarks Opposition Board, patent infringement and ownership disputes, copyright and industrial designs, parallel imports (grey marketing), and all manner of issues relating to the Internet. Mr. Wilson is an honorary executive member and a past chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s National Intellectual Property Section and a member of the IP section’s Federal Court Practice Committee.