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Our People

Tony Lambert has a BSc in Geophysics, is a registered patent agent in Canada and the United States (since 1987), and has been a lawyer registered with the Alberta Law Society since 1984. His main practice areas are electrical and mechanical patents. Tony Lambert is the sole owner of Lambert Intellectual Property Law (Alberta). His clients include a variety of companies and organizations from Canada and around the world. Tony Lambert also conducts patent and trademark litigation. More detailed information can be found in the resume of Tony Lambert.

Adrian Lambert has a BSc in Mathematics, is a registered patent agent in Canada (since 2007) and has been a lawyer registered with the Law Society of Upper Canada since 2011. He has experience in all areas of intellectual property and specializes in patent prosecution and litigation. His patent experience includes technologies in a wide range of fields, including oil and gas technology, telecommunications, software engineering, construction, business systems, medical devices, and high tech patents, and he has appeared before the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal.

Simon Lambert is a registered Canadian patent agent, and has a Masters degree in theoretical physics. He has completed one year of his Doctor of Laws at the University of Toronto, but is currently employed full time with Lambert IP Law. As a student, Simon was one of the top young physicists in Canada, placing in the top 10 of national physics competitions on multiple occasions. Simon works on complex mathematical, engineering, and physics patent applications.

Dr. Jordan Birenbaum, PhD (Ottawa), JD (Toronto) is a lawyer called to the bars of Ontario and Alberta. Jordan is a native of Alberta, having returned home after spending over a decade working and studying overseas, in Quebec, and in Ontario, including completing his articles with the Ministry of the Attorney General in Toronto. During his studies, Jordan was the recipient of numerous funded academic awards, including a Tri-Council Canada Graduate Studies Doctoral Fellowship and an Ontario Graduate Scholarship.

Technical and Legal Assistants

Jennifer J. Harris, B.Com., LLB (University of Toronto) provides business advice to Lambert Intellectual Property Law relating to litigation, legal opinions and practice management.

Kim Freeman, B.Sc. (Biology, University of Alberta) is a technical and legal assistant with five years of experience working for the firm. She stood in the top 1% of those writing the Law School Admission Test in 2013.

Gerdia de Kock, B.A. (Law, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa) is a legal assistant who has worked in intellectual property practice since 1998.

Lambert IP Law also employs additional technical staff.

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