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Jun 15, 2021

Aird & Berlis Partners Recognized as 2021 IP STARS

Three members of the Aird & Berlis Intellectual Property Group have been recognized in the 2021 edition of IP STARS, Managing Intellectual Property’s guide to the world's leading IP firms and practitioners.

Practice Group Leader of the firm’s Intellectual Property Group Timothy Lowman is named as a Trademark star. Tim has more than 40 years of experience as counsel in a broad range of commercial and intellectual property litigation, including patent, trademark, copyright, trade secrets, invention ownership and product liability.

Fellow partner Ken Clark  is also recognized as a Trademark star. With a background in engineering and broad expertise in intellectual property law spanning trademarks, copyright and patents, Ken excels at articulating legal concepts and technical matters in a way that is easy for clients and judges to understand. 

In addition, partner Trent Horne is recognized as both a Trademark and Patent star. Trent has been guiding clients to successful resolution of intellectual property disputes for over 20 years. He has appeared as lead counsel in a wide range of intellectual property matters at the tribunal, trial and appellate level.

Aird & Berlis is also proud to be recognized in the guide as a notable Canadian firm for patent prosecution and contentious trademark and patent matters.


Aird & Berlis LLP and Aird & McBurney LP provide integrated intellectual property services to clients ranging from startups to multinational corporations.

Learn more about our Intellectual Property Group.

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