Few industries move as fast as Electronics and Software. With the rapid proliferation of new hardware and new apps, constant evaluation of your intellectual property strategy is required. You need a lawyer who can not only keep pace with your advances, but who can also anticipate what protection may have lasting value as the industry continues to evolve.
Many Oyen Wiggs lawyers have degrees or advanced training in fields related to electronics and software including electrical engineering, engineering physics, physics, and computer science, as well as practical work experience in these fields. This experience facilitates effective communication between our lawyers and your technical personnel, so that we can obtain meaningful intellectual property protection for your inventions.
Our depth of experience in this area can be demonstrated through some examples of our recent work. This includes helping clients evaluate and secure intellectual property protection for wireless charging apparatus, power supplies, downhole communication technology, wireless locks, electromagnetic displacement devices, obstruction detection systems for railways, gaze tracking systems, microelectronic fabrication, sound processing systems for vehicles, mobile communication systems and methods, graphics software, financial modelling software, gaming software, and medical software and devices.
Gavin ManningPartnerM.Sc. (Physics)
Todd RattrayPartnerB.A.Sc. (Engineering Physics (Electronics))
Alex BuonassisiAssociateB.A.Sc. (Electrical Engineering)
Bruce GreenPartnerA.B. (Physics) Princeton University
Roni JonesAssociateB.A.Sc. (Materials Engineering)
Larissa LeongAssociateB.Sc. (Computer Science & Pharmacology)
Josh MaAssociateB.ASc. Mechanical Engineering and Bio-engineering
Jennifer MarlesPartnerM.Sc. (Biochemistry)
Nikola RajicAssociateB.A.Sc. (Electrical Engineering)
Hilton SuePartnerElectrical Engineering
Jeff SunAssociateM.S. Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
- IP Protection for Blockchain Technologies
- Federal Court of Appeal Decision Means Lower Costs for Copyright Owners Seeking the Identity of Alleged Infringers
- Trade Secrets 101
- 5 Tips for Protecting your Startup’s Intellectual Property
- Growing Popularity of eSports Raises New Copyright Issues
- Can You Stream Your Way Around Copyright Infringement in Canada?
- SCC Reaffirms Importance of Technological Neutrality to Canadian Copyright Law
- GPPH: More Than a Two Lane (Patent Prosecution) Highway
- New top-level domains are coming to a browser near you – how to protect your trademark in view of these changes
- Choosing a new trademark: It’s all about being distinctive, distinctive, distinctive!
- Apple v. Samsung and the importance of design registration
- IP issues for mobile app developers
- Prometheus v. Mayo: A Setback for Diagnostic Method Patents in the US?
- Invention disclosure and patent grace periods: How disclosing your invention before filing a patent application can severely limit your ability to obtain a patent