About the Authors
Karen is a Registered Trade-mark Agent with Clark Wilson's Intellectual Property group. Karen's practice includes searching and clearing trade-marks; drafting, filing and prosecuting trade-mark applications and initiating opposition and expungement proceedings.
Jeffrey is a lawyer with Clark Wilson LLP, where he is a member of the Intellectual Property law group. A registered Canadian Trade-mark Agent, Jeffrey has written and spoken extensively on IP and privacy law issues relating to the Internet and to e-commerce in Canada. In addition to trade-mark prosecution, Jeffrey's practice includes hardware and software development, licensing, distribution, outsourcing, maintenance and purchase contracts, and related information technology matters.
Monica Sharma is Associate Counsel with Clark Wilson's Technology and Intellectual Property Groups. She practices in the area of complex commercial transactions, including technology-based transactions, commercialization of technology and intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, outsourcing and e-commerce transactions.
Andrew Dixon is an associate with Clark Wilson's Labour & Employment, Intellectual Property and Insurance Groups. Andrew received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Studies and Drama from Queen’s University in 2007. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Alberta in 2013.
Kwan practices exclusively in intellectual property law, and regularly advises clients how to procure, protect, and enforce their intellectual property rights. In particular, he is well-versed in a wide spectrum of trade-mark matters, including the filing and prosecution of trade-mark applications in Canada, the United States and around the world, as well as the handling of trade-mark opposition and cancellation proceedings in Canada.