Partner announcement

Smart & Biggar Announces Jean-Sébastien Dupont as new partner in Montreal

January 8, 2018

The partners of Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh are pleased to announce that Jean-Sébastien Dupont has joined the partnership.

Based in Smart & Biggar’s Montreal office, Jean-Sebastien focuses on intellectual property litigation in the areas of trademarks, patents and copyright. He is involved in different aspects of litigation before the Quebec Superior Court and the Federal Court, including witness preparation for examination, cross-examinations, finding and working with technical and financial experts, preparing and arguing various motions, preparing evidence and submissions for trial and working with foreign associates in the context of multi-jurisdictional cases in countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom. He was awarded a First Class grade from the University of Cambridge for his Master of Law thesis, which focused on the notion of trademark use and addressed the issue of invisible use of trademarks in meta tags and keyword advertising, as well as the subliminal use of trademarks in new marketing techniques. Jean-Sébastien’s technical background is in computer science.

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Smart & Biggar is widely recognized as Canada’s leading firm for intellectual property law. With offices across Canada, and over 100 lawyers, patent agents and trademark agents, we are the largest firm focused purely on IP and related specialty areas. For over 100 years, we have remained devoted to protecting our clients' intellectual property and technology assets. Whether we are advising an innovative company on patent strategy or infringement issues, providing counsel on brand protection and enforcement, or handling the IP aspects of a corporate transaction, we provide clients with solutions to protect, enforce and leverage their IP.

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Jean-Sebastian Dupont

Smart & Biggar

Law School

Université de Montréal

Year Of Call

2010

Area Of Practice

Intellectual Property