Catherine Bergeron specializes in all areas of trademark law, including trademark prosecution, trademark litigation and the strategic management of trademark portfolios. As part of her core practice areas, Catherine Bergeron has developed an expertise in administrative proceedings before the Registrar of Trademarks, including opposition and cancellation proceedings, as well as appeals of the Registrar’s decisions before the Federal Court. Catherine Bergeron is frequently called upon to negotiate and draft settlement agreements for the benefit of local and international clients. Having a strong interest in legal issues concerning non-traditional trademarks and the place they deserve in Canadian law, she is a member of the Canada Subcommittee of INTA’s Non-Traditional Marks Committee. In addition to her trademark practice, Catherine Bergeron regularly provides advice on copyright matters as well as regulatory advertising matters such as packaging and labelling practice and language requirements under the Charter of the French Language. She is also involved as administrator of boards of directors of cultural and legal associations.