Explore the frameworks of Intellectual Property with Bereskin & Parr’s podcast series, co-hosted by lawyers,  Donald Cameron and Catherine Lovrics. In this series, Canadian leading experts will discuss meaningful and  practical Intellectual Property topics.

Intellectual Property Law Podcast Series 

Episode 5: Cannabis Branding & Promotions Between Canada and the U.S.

Episode 6: Canada’s New Trademark Law – The Good, The Bad and the Unknown?

Episode 7: Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire – Upcoming changes to Canada’s patent regime




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Cat Lovrics is a partner with Bereskin & Parr LLP. Cat leads the firm’s Copyright & Digital Media practice group, and co-leads the Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Protection practice group. Her practice includes advising on copyright, trademark, personality and publicity rights, marketing/advertising and privacy law. 

Don is a partner with Bereskin & Parr LLP. Don’s practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, particularly relating to patent, trademark, copyright, trade secrets law and technology licences, as well as trademark prosecution. He also advises clients on the intellectual property aspects of technology licensing.   

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Available now: Episode 8 - Copyright, piracy and illegal file sharing 

In this podcast, Naomi Zener and Tamara Céline Winegust will look at strategies to address online infringement in view of two recent cases handed down by the Federal Court. Hear about Canada’s first site blocking order against a ‘pirate’ site, and a case that suggests the demise of the reverse class action as a means to address illegal file sharing. 

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Episode 1:  Countdown to Canada’s New Trademarks Laws 

Episode 2: What Does it Take to Make a Fintech Patent?

Episode 3: Artificial Intelligence Creates Real IP Risks and Opportunities 

Episode 4: Breaking the Québec Language Law Barrier