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Audrey Berteau

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Audrey Berteau

  • Smart & Biggar LLP
Language(s): English | French

Insightful and strategic solutions to complex IP litigation matters

Audrey is a dedicated IP litigator who is focused on helping clients achieve commercially important intellectual property goals and objectives. With a practical understanding of business strategy and IP law, and bilingual in English and French, Audrey offers exceptional litigation solutions to enable clients to achieve success. Whether conducting research, drafting arguments or preparing opinions, clients appreciate her insightful contributions and thorough consideration of their specific needs and objectives.

A client-focused bilingual IP litigator with expertise in Health Sciences

Audrey’s litigation practice focuses on small, medium and large corporations based locally and internationally, and her work spans a wide range of contentious patent, trademark and copyright cases. Audrey helps her clients make well-informed decisions across all industries including consumer products, luxury goods, apparel, digital media and e-commerce. With a technical background in Health Sciences, Audrey is well equipped to address the unique challenges of this evolving sector.

Academic excellence in legal methodology and judicial practice

Before articling at Smart & Biggar, Audrey obtained her Law B.C.L./J.D. at McGill University and served as a senior editor of the McGill Journal of Law and Health from 2018-2019. As a testament to her strong academic standing, she was awarded multiple Bursaries, including the J.W. McConnell Scholarship and the George S Challies Memorial Award, and was included on the Dean’s Honour List in her third year of study.

In addition to her studies, Audrey also worked as a teaching assistant for the course Judicial Institutions and Civil Procedure, and as a Legal Methodology Tutorial Leader, in which she instructed first-year law students in reading techniques, legal research, legal writing and oral pleading.