Kevin is a creative and practical advocate who helps clients in all manner of intellectual property disputes. As an engineer at heart, Kevin believes in finding concrete and efficient solutions to problems. Kevin has represented numerous clients, big and small, in a wide variety of sectors including pharmaceuticals, biologics, oil &gas, telecommunication, software, video gaming, entertainment, consumer products, and construction.
Kevin has substantial trial and appeal experience, and has appeared before the Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal, Ontario Superior Court, the British Columbia Court of Appeal, and the Patent Appeal Board. Kevin’s litigation work is supported by an understanding of business and technology, having gained industry experience at an engineering consulting firm and at a start-up company as a software developer.
Additionally, Kevin has an active practice in trademark prosecution, oppositions, and portfolio management. He also has experience in drafting patents, obtaining trademark registrations, trademark oppositions and expungement, and negotiating intellectual property agreements.
During law school, Kevin was an award-winning mooter. He represented the University of Toronto and won awards at the Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot and the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot. He also honed his advocacy and leadership skills during his undergraduate days as the President of the University of Toronto Engineering Society.
Kevin has been recognized three times as a "Rising Star" in Canada by Managing Intellectual Property.
University of Toronto Faculty of Law
University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
B.A.Sc. (Engineering Science) (Hons.), 2011
Major: Infrastructure Engineering