Brandon Evenson practises intellectual property law with a focus on patents, trade-marks and copyright. Brandon represents clients from a variety of industries including high-tech, life sciences, electricity and energy, and manufacturing. He provides clients with life-cycle management of their intellectual property; he has experience obtaining various forms of intellectual property protection, drafting and negotiating intellectual property licensing agreements, and enforcing clients' intellectual property rights through litigation. Brandon is also a registered trade-mark agent.
Prior to attending law school, Brandon worked at a large accounting firm as a business consultant in the area of enterprise risk. In his role, Brandon focused on contract risk and compliance, software and hardware asset management, and enterprise security in the high-tech field. His clients included some of the world's largest software development companies and Canada's most prominent financial institutions.
· Acts for a tooling company in a patent litigation matter.
· Acts for a provincial regulator of a professional organization in a trademark litigation matter.
· Acts for a large electricity generation and distribution company in a trade-mark litigation matter.
· Advised national umbrella organization of provincial healthcare regulators on licensing of official marks.
· Advises companies in software development and high-tech industries on intellectual property protection, licensing and enforcement.
· Prepares patent applications for a high-tech semiconductor design company.
Publications & Presentations
· Author, Consolidated Intellectual Property Statutes and Regulations, Trade-marks Year in Review, Carswell (with Gordon J. Zimmerman).
· Contributor, World Trade-mark Review.
· Past Student Editor, Osgoode Hall's Intellectual Property blog.
· Member, Ontario Bar Association
· Member, Canadian Bar Association
· Past Member, Board of Directors, Queen's University Engineering Society Services