PartnerCalled to the bar:
|Profile||Benjamin Mak is a partner of Ridout & Maybee LLP in the firm's Toronto office. His practice is principally directed towards patent drafting and prosecution, with an emphasis on electrical, mechanical, mining, biomedical and computer related technology.
Benjamin is a graduate of the biomedical-electrical engineering stream of the engineering science program at the University of Toronto. He previously worked as a research engineer at a Toronto area hospital, where he was involved in the development of medical imaging devices.|
|Education||B.A.Sc. (Eng. Sci.), 2001, University of Toronto; LL.B., 2005, University of Western Ontario; Barrister & Solicitor, Province of Ontario, 2006; Registered Patent Agent, Canada, 2007; Registered Trade-mark Agent, Canada, 2007|
|Memberships||Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC), Affiliate; Canadian Bar Association (CBA); IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Toronto, Chair|
|Areas of Practice||Patents; High Technology|
|Published Works||"Business Methods" patentable: Amazon.com update, by Benjamin Mak, Matthew Norwood, Robert Wilkes and Paul Lomic, Legal Alert, February 2012; Benjamin E. Mak and Paul V. Lomic, “Business Methods can be patented” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), December 2010, Volume 29, No. 9|
|Website Link||http://www.ridoutmaybee.com/ ||