The Goodmans IP Team is proud to have been recognized in "Intellectual Property" by Legal 500 Canada - 2022.
A "deep bench of IP litigators distinguishes" the Goodmans IP Team "from its competition" and it is described as having proficiency in pharmaceuticals, broadcasting, publishing, biotechnology, food and beverages, telecommunications, sports and entertainment.
The following members of the Goodmans IP Team are individually recognized:
- Harry Radomski, who is recognized as a "leading individual" and described as "an experienced trial lawyer across all aspects of IP including patent, trademark and copyright disputes";
- Andrew Brodkin, who is recognized as a "leading individual" and described as "particularly well-versed in the assessment of damages";
- Amalia Berg, who is recognized as a "leading individual" and described as "the key point of contact for non-contentious matters such as portfolio management, trademark clearance and prosecution and IP transactions";
- Richard Naiberg, who is described as a "key lawyer";
- Dino Clarizio, who is described as a "key lawyer";
- Ben Hackett, who is described as a "key lawyer";
- Jordan Scopa, who is recognized as a "next generation partner" and described as "a specialist in both disputes and licensing, [and] has been especially active in the pharmaceutical sector of late"; and
- Jaclyn Tilak, who is recognized as one of only four "rising stars" and "has appeared in a number of cases pertaining to patented medicines".
Congratulations to all!
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