Jay Kerr-Wilson is the co-leader of the Technology, Media and Telecommunications group and practices primarily in the areas of communications and public law, with a particular emphasis on copyright. Regularly representing both Canadian and foreign communications and technology companies, Jay advises clients on issues related to telecommunications and broadcasting regulation, trademarks, and copyright licensing and liability.
Mr Kerr-Wilson represents large and small, Canadian and foreign communications and technology companies in proceedings before the Copyright Board of Canada, advising them on issues related to copyright licensing and copyright liability. Regularly representing clients in appeals and judicial reviews before the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada, Mr Kerr-Wilson is at the forefront of the debate surrounding the regulation of rapidly evolving communications technologies.
Mr Kerr-Wilson has testified before Parliamentary committees, and served as a delegate to the World Intellectual Property Organization’s (WIPO) Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights, on behalf of Canada’s cable and satellite industry.
He represents clients in appeals and judicial reviews of decisions of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) and the Copyright Board of Canada. He is also a registered trademark agent.
Mr Kerr-Wilson’s expertise extends to government relations, where he routinely represents clients before federal departments and agencies.
Mr Kerr-Wilson has been named an expert in his field by Chambers Global, Chambers Canada, and the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory.
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