Daniel is an associate in Osler’s Intellectual Property Group, focussing on pharmaceutical patent litigation but drawing on his broad experience in patent, trademark, industrial design and copyright litigation, and marketing & advertising law. He previously practiced in the litigation group at a national intellectual property firm.
Daniel’s approach to IP litigation is client-centric, pragmatic, and cost-conscious, but also driven towards success in the courtroom and at the negotiating table. He has gained experience in numerous appearances as counsel before the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal and has also represented clients before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
Daniel has also been a registered trademark agent since 2018.