Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh announces new partners for 2017
January 4, 2017

The partners of Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh are pleased to announce that Timothy Stevenson and Mark Pidkowich have joined the partnership.

"We are proud of these talented lawyers and congratulate them on their achievement of this professional milestone,” said Ron Faggetter, Managing Partner of the firm.  "Both Timothy and Mark contribute in significant and distinctive ways to our clients’ business success and deliver the unparalleled advice and service that we strive to consistently provide as Canada’s elite IP firm”.

Timothy Stevenson      Timothy Stevenson, based in our Ottawa office, focusses on trademarks and strategic brand management. He has over a decade of experience in representing some of the world’s most famous brands across a variety of industries.  His practice addresses all aspects of the trademark life cycle, including clearance, prosecution, cancellation, opposition and enforcement. In contentious matters, Timothy has successfully represented clients before the Trademarks Opposition Board, Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal. He also has considerable expertise in domain name matters and the enforcement of trademarks and copyright online.

Mark Pidkowich Dr. Mark Pidkowich, based in our Vancouver office, focusses on the development and management of patent portfolios in the chemical and life sciences, including biologics, drug discovery, diagnostics and medical devices, and natural products. Mark also represents clients in respect of their intellectual property transactions, including licenses, acquisitions, and research and development agreements. Mark regularly prepares international patent applications and advises clients throughout subsequent patent prosecution in various jurisdictions, including Canada, Europe, the United States and Australia. He also prosecutes Canadian patent applications for clients in the United States, Europe and other jurisdictions. Mark has successfully represented clients before the Patent Appeal Board.

 

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