Intellectual Property Professionals
Andrew Kai KaiAssociate - Lawyer, Trademark Agent
Andrew Kai Kai is an associate at Ridout & Maybee LLP in the firm’s Ottawa Office. Andrew’s practice focuses on all aspects of intellectual property law including patents, trademarks, trade secrets, domain names, and licensing. Andrew also assists in various forms of intellectual property litigation.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Andrew completed an undergraduate degree in Honours Nanotechnology Engineering at the University of Waterloo, graduating with distinction. Andrew’s undergraduate studies included research and experimentation in the areas of chemical synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials for various applications.
Andrew attended law school at the University of Ottawa, where he graduated magna cum laude, receiving a number of scholarships and awards. Prior to being admitted to the Ontario Bar, Andrew summered and articled at Ridout & Maybee LLP.
Education & Qualifications
- B.A.Sc. (Honours Nanotechnology Engineering), University of Waterloo (2011)
- J.D., University of Ottawa (2015)
- Barrister & Solicitor, Province of Ontario (2016)
- Registered Trademark Agent, Canada (2018)
- Canadian Bar Association – CBA
- Intellectual Property Institute of Canada – IPIC – Young Practitioners Committee (Member)
- “Consisting essentially of” in Canadian Claim Construction
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- Cutting Canada’s red tape
- Update: Navigating Québec French Language Requirements
- Andrew Kaikai speaking at the 26th Annual BLSA National Conference
- Bill C-30 Amendments to the Patent Act and Trademarks Act to implement CETA: What Pharmaceutical Companies and Brand Owners Should Know
- Alice Counterpart Decision in Canada: One and the Same
- En Français S’il Vous Plait: Navigating Québec French Language Requirements
- U.S. diagnostic method patents under siege
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