Associate announcement

Tyler Nechiporenko joins Smart & Biggar

November 11, 2013

Tyler Nechiporenko’s practice focusses on patent prosecution, particularly within the electrical, computer, software and mechanical fields. His clients include Canadian companies and individuals seeking patent protection in Canada and abroad, as well as associate firms located internationally seeking to obtain patent protection in Canada for their foreign clients.

As part of a 16 month internship program at a leading Canadian communications company, Mr. Nechiporenko gained experience in communication system research and development. This experience has afforded him a level of technical expertise and industry understanding that is of particular value to his clients.

During his undergrad and graduate studies Mr. Nechiporenko was the recipient of several awards, most notability: NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarship and iCORE Graduate Student Scholarship.

Mr. Nechiporenko holds two B.Sc. degrees (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, both with Great Distinction) from the University of Saskatchewan, a M.Sc. (Electrical and Computer Engineering) from the University of Alberta, and a J.D. from the University of Ottawa.

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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.

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Tyler Nechiporenko

Smart & Biggar

Law School

University of Ottawa

Year Of Call

2013

Area Of Practice

Intellectual Property