Smart & Biggar welcomes Andrea BerenbaumFebruary 11, 2020
Andrea Berenbaum joins Smart & Biggar, Canada’s leading firm for intellectual property law, adding to the strength of the firm’s Patent practice group in Vancouver.
Andrea’s practice focuses on chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology patents, and includes the drafting and prosecution of such patents. She provides opinions and conducts due diligence for her clients, which include academic institutions, research hospitals, start-ups and independent inventors across Canada. She also services large corporations and other patent agents in Canada and around the world working in industries like energy, oil and gas, cannabis, food and beverage, agricultural sciences, medical devices and nanotechnology.
Andrea applies the knowledge and experience she gained while working in the laboratories of leading academic researchers to assist clients with the commercialization of chemical and life sciences innovations.
With a combined background in chemistry and visual biomedical communication design, Andrea possesses a thorough understanding of the science underlying her clients’ technological innovations and keeps abreast of the evolving regulatory and patent landscape to ensure clients achieve their business objectives.
To learn more about Andrea, visit Smart & Biggar’s website.
Smart & Biggar is widely recognized as Canada’s leading firm for intellectual property law. With offices across Canada, and over 100 lawyers, patent agents and trademark agents, we are the largest firm focused purely on IP and related specialty areas. For over 100 years, we have remained devoted to protecting our clients' intellectual property and technology assets. Whether we are advising an innovative company on patent strategy or infringement issues, providing counsel on brand protection and enforcement, or handling the IP aspects of a corporate transaction, we provide clients with solutions to protect, enforce and leverage their IP.
Smart & Biggar
University of Calgary
Year Of Call
Area Of Practice