Electrical & High Tech
Norwood, Matthew - Associate - Barrister & Solicitor
Matthew's practice is directed towards assisting in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications, with an emphasis on electrical and computer related technology.
Matthew Norwood is an Associate at Ridout & Maybee LLP in the firm's Toronto office. His practice is directed towards assisting in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications, with an emphasis on electrical and computer related technology. Matthew also assists in the litigation of intellectual property matters.
Prior to joining Ridout & Maybee LLP, Matthew worked for a New York-based law center where he researched and counselled clients on Open Source software regulations.
Education & Qualifications
Representative Court Cases
Matthew Norwood and Paul Lomic, “New approach for summary judgment in Ontario courts” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), March 2012, Volume 30, No. 12
"Business Methods" patentable: Amazon.com update, by Benjamin Mak, Matthew Norwood, Robert Wilkes and Paul Lomic, Legal Alert, February 2012
“Free Software and Software-defined Radio: An Overview of New FCC Rules”, Knowledge Policy for the 21st Century: A Legal Perspective, Irwin Law, 2011