Brian Gray is a senior partner in the Intellectual Property Department of Norton Rose Canada LLP and practices in Toronto. Mr. Gray’s practice focuses on litigation and dispute resolution in patent, copyright, trade-mark and advertising matters. He counsels clients with patent and trade-mark portfolios and is involved in resolving patent, trade-mark and copyright disputes.
Mr. Gray is a former chair of the International Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Committee. He has taught patent and trade-mark law at the University of Toronto and has taught copyright law at McGill University.
Mr. Gray received his LLB from the University of Toronto, and his MA (Government) and his BA (Chemistry and History) from Cornell University.