intellectual property law
Kerry Williams is a bilingual lawyer and trademark agent practicing in Montreal and Toronto. A lawyer with a deep appreciation of creativity and the business of producing creative content, Kerry provides legal advice on a wide range of business issues facing the communication, information technology and cultural industries.
Prior to founding Creative Legal in 2009, Kerry practiced for seven years with Dentons, a leading global law firm, advising companies on a broad range of legal and business issues. Throughout, Kerry has maintained an ability to explain complex legal matters in direct, plain language that clients understand.
“My passion is helping creative people succeed. By specializing in new media, I offer accessible, credible legal advice to entrepreneurs working in the creative space.”
Kerry’s experience ranges from the protection and exploitation of intellectual property, including copyright and trademarks, to the analyzing, drafting and negotiation of a broad range of commercial agreements. He is also versed in advertising, technology and entertainment law, shareholder and partnership agreements, finance, mergers & acquisitions as well as employment and privacy law.
helping creative people succeed
After recognizing a need for a new type of lawyer to service the needs of the communication, information technology and cultural industries, Kerry made the transition from big corporate law to new media law. By tailoring his “big firm” experience to support the numerous small and medium sized companies that populate the creative space, he has emerged as an expert in helping creative entrepreneurs navigate complex business issues.