Kevin is a creative and practical advocate who represents 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 fought for numerous clients—big and small—from multinational pharmaceutical companies, video game developers, to local small businesses.

Kevin’s litigation work is supported by an understanding of business, having gained industry experience as an intern at an engineering consulting firm and at a start-up company as a software developer. Kevin also has experience in drafting patents, obtaining trademark registrations, and negotiating agreements.

During law school, Kevin won awards at the Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot and the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot, as well as the Grafstein Award for Communications Law.   He also honed his advocacy and leadership skills during his undergraduate days as the President of the University of Toronto Engineering Society.

When outside the office, Kevin enjoys playing hockey, reading up on obscure history, and photography.


University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

J.D., 2014

University of Toronto, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

B.A.Sc.(Engineering Science) (Hons.), 2011

Major: Infrastructure Engineering


Bar Admissions

Ontario, 2015

Canadian Intellectual Property Office - Trademark Agent, 2017


"Canada: The New Frontier for Global IP Litigation," Managing Intellectual Property, August 2017

"Technological Neutrality: Toward Copyright Convergence in the Digital Age," University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review, Vol. 71, No. 2, 2013

Professional Associations

Ontario Bar Association

The Advocates' Society

Intellectual Property Institute of Canada