Mr. Georgas' intellectual property law practice includes counselling clients on all matters relating to patents, trade marks, copyright, and industrial designs. He appears before tribunals at the Canadian Intellectual Property Office, and before the courts in litigation relating to patent, copyright, and trade mark infringement.
He counsels clients on invention patentability and trade mark registrability, as well as infringement and validity matters, and assists clients in the commercialization of their intellectual property through joint ventures and licensing.
Mr. Georgas specializes in technology and intellectual property law.
His extensive experience in technology law includes providing counsel to a wide range of private sector companies on computer and software licensing, distribution, system procurement and e- commerce.
A registered professional engineer, he brings in- depth practical and technical knowledge to understanding client problems.
Prior to practising law, Mr. Georgas was with a major international data processing manufacturer and also consulted on systems analysis in the data processing field. His expertise encompasses a range of computer hardware and software systems. He brings this practical knowledge from both the vendor's and the user's perspective to benefit clients of the firm.