Katherine Rusk has a general litigation practice with a focus on intellectual property and cybersecurity. Katherine has assisted with matters before the Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal, Ontario Superior Court, and international arbitration. Katherine currently serves on the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance committee for Privacy and Intellectual Property and the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada's Information, Communication and Technology committee.
Katherine was active with the McGill Intellectual Property and Information Technology Policy Group and volunteered with the Court Accompaniment Program during law school. She was also a patent research fellow for Genome Canada. Prior to attending McGill, she worked for a Federal Minister and for the North-Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Katherine was a Summer Student and Articling Student with Bennett Jones before joining as an associate. She has a keen interest in financial technology innovation and blockchain and speaks French and Spanish.