Chris Wilson leads Bull Housser’s
intellectual property litigation practice and is co-chair of the firm’s
Intellectual Property Group. He has acted as lead counsel in trade-mark,
copyright, patent and trade secrets litigation in the Federal and British
Columbia trial and appellate courts.
Chris is Past Chair of the
Canadian Bar Association’s national Intellectual Property section and a member
of the IP section’s Federal Court Practice Committee.
In his practice, Chris represents
multi-national and Canadian clients in all areas of intellectual property
enforcement and disputes, including copyright and trade-mark actions, patent
infringement and ownership disputes, parallel imports (grey marketing), and
Internet issues such as domain names and keyword advertising. Some examples of
Chris’ practice are as follows.
Prior to entering the field of law, Chris
worked as a software programmer and software designer. He graduated as a
Wesbrook Scholar from the University of British Columbia, completing his last
term of law school on exchange to l’Université Jean Moulin - Lyon III in Lyon,
France. He has a particular interest in wine, skiing and travel.