Lenczner Slaght Welcomes Corey McClaryApril 3, 2023
Canada’s leading litigation firm adds Corey McClary to its formidable Intellectual Property team.
Corey specializes in intellectual property law, with an emphasis on pharmaceutical patent litigation. Corey has experience advising clients on complex disputes, including actions under the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations, patent infringement and impeachment actions, and judicial review proceedings. Corey also regularly provides strategic patent and regulatory advice.
Whether it’s synthesizing scientific concepts into clear and concise language for the courts or developing novel legal strategies, Corey knows how to innovate and leverage his creativity and depth of knowledge to overcome challenges and develop winning strategies for his clients.
Prior to joining Lenczner Slaght, Corey summered, articled and practiced in the intellectual property litigation group at a leading international law firm in Toronto.
Before attending law school, Corey obtained a Ph.D. in organic chemistry. His graduate research focused on developing methods for the regioselective functionalization of carbohydrates and measuring the strength of non-covalent interactions. His research has been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Widely recognized as Canada's leading litigation practice, Lenczner Slaght has successfully represented clients' interests in some of the country's most complex and high-profile cases. Our lawyers are distinguished by their depth of courtroom experience, appearing at all levels of the courts, before tribunals, and in mediation and arbitration proceedings. We're also known for our wealth of talent: Lenczner Slaght partners, ranked among the best of their peers nationally, recruit and mentor gifted litigators who uphold the highest professional standards. From commercial disputes and class actions to professional regulation and cross-border matters, we bring expert strategy to all areas of litigation.
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