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B.Sc. (Math & Physics), University of Toronto
M.Sc. (Physics), Weizmann Institute of Science
LL.B., University of Manchester
Miriam has nearly 20 years of experience preparing and prosecuting hundreds of patent applications worldwide in a variety of disciplines. Over the years, her clients have included Intel, IBM, Microsoft, BlackBerry and Ciena.
Miriam’s clients value her friendly, helpful attitude and acute analytical skills.
Miriam was recognized as one of the leading experts in patent prosecution in Canada by IAM Patent 1000 – a unique guide that identifies the top patent firms and practitioners in key jurisdictions around the globe.
For over 10 years, Miriam has been actively involved in a Patent Practice committee with representatives of the Canadian Patent Office, including a 2-year term as co-chair.
B.Sc. (Engineering Physics), Queens University
M.S., Ph.D. (Biomedical Engineering), Yale University
Post-doctoral Fellowship (Medical Biophysics), Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre & University of Toronto
Amy has over 8 years of experience in preparation and prosecution of patents and designs. She draws on her broad background in engineering to help clients protect inventions.
For 6 years, Amy specialized in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), conducting her research in respected institutes in the USA, UK and Canada. She has multiple first-author scientific publications in high-impact peer-reviewed journals.
Amy is an active member of the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC), serving on the Young Practitioners Committee.
B.Sc. (Electrical Engineering), Technion Israel Institute of Technology
PMI Project Management Studies, Lahav Program, Tel-Aviv University
Since 2002, Danny has provided valuable technical assistance in the preparation and prosecution of patents.
Danny’s extensive career as an R&D electronics engineer spans over 11 years. He has worked at start-ups and leading high-tech companies as a developer, system architect, and manager.
Danny has been involved in the development of digital and mixed-signal ASICs, Bluetooth® accessories, optical sensors, single board computers (SBC), memory products, video cards and general purpose electronics, and a data system and analog front-end of a wide-format ink-jet printer.