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Aird & Berlis Trademark Practice and Practitioners Recognized in 2024 WTR 1000

Aird & Berlis is proud to be recognized in the 2024 edition of World Trademark Review 1000: The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals at both the firm and individual levels.

Timothy Lowman, head of the firm’s Intellectual Property Group, and partner Amy Grenon are recommended as experts in enforcement and litigation. Fellow partners in the IP Group, Grant Cansfield and Ken Clark are noted as leading individuals in prosecution and strategy.

The firm as a whole and our noted practitioners received the following accolades:

Offering a deep bench of IP expertise honed from more than 30 years of working collaboratively, Aird & Berlis LLP | Aird & McBurney LP is a top choice for business-minded legal advice across the whole range of IP services. Heading the team, Timothy Lowman enforces the IP rights for an impressive array of clients, including a world-famous media and entertainment company. Drawing on over 40 years in the field, Lowman is described by patrons as “a world-class litigator and an absolute pleasure to work with. He knows all the ins and outs of Canadian trademark law.” Another impressive name on the contentious side is Amy Grenon, a skilful litigator whose background in biochemistry makes her a sure pick for those in the life sciences and technology industries. Experienced across all manner of trademark work, Ken Clark is lauded for being “very skilled and experienced. He focuses on securing practical results for clientele, and he handles very large matters very effectively, ensuring matters do not spiral unnecessarily.” Clark often teams up with trusted adviser and counsellor Grant Cansfield, with the pair managing the trademark portfolio for Ancestry.com, and handling both enforcement and maintenance for menswear brand, Haggar Clothing. 


WTR 1000: The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals is a research directory which focuses exclusively on trademark practices and practitioners. When identifying the leading firms and individuals, factors such as depth of expertise, market presence and level of work were all taken into account, alongside positive peer and client feedback.