Mark W. Sajewycz
Partner-Barrister & Solicitor, Patent & Trademark Agent
Called to the bar:
Ridout & Maybee LLP
250 University Ave.
Areas of Practice
Intellectual Property; Patents; Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Law
B.A.Sc (Chemical Engineering), University of Toronto (1989); LL.B., Western University (1995); Barrister & Solicitor, Province of Ontario (1997); Registered Patent Agent, Canada (2002); Registered Patent Agent, U.S. (2003); Registered Trademark Agent, Canada (2010).
Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (Past Director); American Intellectual Property Law Association – AIPLA; International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property – AIPPI; Intellectual Property Institute of Canada – IPIC; Professional Engineers Ontario – PEO; Chemical Institute of Canada – CIC; Intellectual Property Owners Association – IPO.
Mark Sajewycz is a partner at Ridout & Maybee LLP in the firm’s Toronto office. His practice consists of the acquisition, protection, commercialization and exploitation of patents, trademarks and industrial designs. Before practising law, he worked as an engineer in the nuclear industry. Mark provides strategic advice on all aspects of patent law and protecting innovation. He is experienced in managing worldwide patent portfolios and is often retained to provide freedom-to-operate and validity opinions on complex technologies. He also assists in drafting and negotiating patent licensing, joint research ancd other technology-related agreements. Mark is also experienced in assisting Canadian companies in the patenting of various chemical and mechanical technologies. This includes organic and inorganic chemical compounds and compositions and various chemical processes and reaction systems, with a specific emphasis on energy-related (oil and gas, nuclear, biofuels) and clean technologies (water purification, fuel cells, batteries, solar). Mark also teaches the advanced patent law course at Western University Law School.
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