Lambert IP Law provides legal services in all areas of intellectual property law, including patents, trademarks, copyright, industrial designs, trade secrets and related litigation.

Lambert IP Law provides services to a wide range of clients, from individuals to large companies and government agencies. Our clients are from around the world, and include a large number of Alberta based companies.

Lambert IP Law works to keep abreast of technological advances to provide cost effective, timely services to our clients.

Adrian Lambert,
BSc., JD

Adrian Lambert is Lambert Law’s lead litigator and is registered as both a patent agent and trade-mark agent with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.

A registered patent agent since 2007, and first called to the bar in 2011 in Ontario before being called to the bar in Alberta in 2019, Adrian has a wide range of experience in all types of intellectual property litigation, including complex patent actions as well as trademark and copyright actions in both the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal.

Adrian has extensive experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications including technologies in a wide range of fields such as oil and gas technology, telecommunications, software engineering, construction, business systems, medical devices, and high tech patents.


Simon Lambert,
MSc., JD

Simon Lambert is a lawyer and a registered Canadian patent agent. Simon works on complex mathematical, engineering, and physics patent applications.

Prior to becoming a lawyer and patent agent, Simon was one of the top young physicists in Canada, frequently placing in the top ten of national physics competitions and earning his Masters in Physics from the University of Victoria.

Kim Freeman

Kim Freeman has a B.Sc. in biology and is a registered Trademark Agent. She has a decade of experience with the firm providing technical and legal assistance on patent and trademark matters.

Markus Feigel

Markus Feigel is a Student-at-Law and a Professional Engineer (P.Eng) applicant. Markus completed his degree in mechanical engineering in 2015. After graduating, Markus spent four years designing products for the oil and gas, mining, and forestry industries. His design work includes power tong products, pressure vessels, test presses, and forestry rotors.

After working in the engineering field, Markus transitioned into the legal field, earning his Juris Doctor in 2020. Markus is currently completing his articles with the firm.

Technical and Legal Assistants

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

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.

Lambert IP Law also employs additional technical staff.