Jacqueline Chan

Jacqueline Chan

Baker & McKenzie LLP


Jacqueline Chan is an intellectual property lawyer focused on advisory, transactional and litigation matters. Jacqueline co-chairs the Inclusion, Diversity & Equity Committee in the Toronto office, and regularly advises on pro-bono matters. She also sits on the Executive Committee of the Group of Racialized Ontario Women Litigators (GROWL).

Jacqueline holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Master of Applied Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Toronto. Prior to law school, she worked as a process improvement analyst at a major teaching hospital and a business analyst at a global technology consulting firm, where she advised clients on information privacy and security compliance.

Practice Focus

Jacqueline assists on a variety of intellectual property matters, particularly in relation to patent, copyright, and trademark disputes. Jacqueline has experience assisting clients in the consumer goods, technology, transportation, and food industries, and has acted as counsel on matters before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. She has also assisted clients in trademark opposition and cancellation proceedings.

Representative Legal Matters

  • Represented an international broadcasting company in a copyright infringement lawsuit against a multicultural service provider involved in the unauthorized streaming of copyrighted video programming.
  • Represented a well-known food and beverage company in a lawsuit involving the unauthorized sale of cannabis products in packaging that mimicked the look of that company’s well-known confectionery products.
  • Represented one of the world’s leading videoconferencing companies during the COVID-19 pandemic in a lawsuit alleging the infringement of a Canadian media company’s trademarks.
  • Represented a Chinese mining company in a lawsuit alleging the misuse of confidential information in furtherance of making a very large investment in a publicly traded Canadian mining company.
  • Assisted a global pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare company in a global patent recordal project involving 6000+ patents in 50+ jurisdictions.
  • Represented an American technology company in patent infringement actions involving patents related to digital entertainment technologies.
  • Represented a multinational software company in contractual disputes involving cloud computing technology.
  • Advised Canadian construction consortiums on managing contractual disputes associated with various transit infrastructure projects.
  • Represented intervenors in an appeal before the Supreme Court on the issue of fair dealing and mandatory tariffs before the Copyright Board.

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Law Society of Ontario – Member
  • Canadian Bar Association – Member
  • Ontario Bar Association – Member
  • The Advocates' Society – Member
  • Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC) - Young Practitioners Committee (2021-present)
  • Toronto Intellectual Property Group (TIPG)
  • Group of Racialized (Ontario) Women Litigators (GROWL)


  • Ontario~Canada (2019)


  • Queen's University (JD) (2018)
  • University of Toronto (Masters of Applied Science, Industrial Engineering) (2014)
  • University of Toronto (Bachelor of Applied Science, Industrial Engineering) (2012)


  • English