Amélie Béliveau practises intellectual property law and commercial litigation. She is involved in all aspects of litigation, including drafting legal opinions and proceedings, and pleading before various courts. Amélie’s work in intellectual property focuses on matters relating to trademarks, copyrights, defamation and the right to control one’s own image.
In her trademark practice, Amélie assists clients with all stages of securing Canadian protection. She advises on selection and adoption of new trademarks and renders opinions on their availability and proper use.
Amélie represents clients before the Registrar of Trade-marks and the Federal Court in opposition proceedings and other litigation. She also intervenes in infringement cases.