Kwan Loh is an associate with the firm’s Technology and Intellectual Property Groups. In addition to being a lawyer, Kwan is also a registered Canadian Trade-mark Agent.
Kwan practices exclusively in intellectual property law, and regularly advises clients how to procure, protect, and enforce their intellectual property rights. In particular, he is well-versed in a wide spectrum of trade-mark matters, including the filing and prosecution of trade-mark applications in Canada, the United States and around the world, as well as the handling of trade-mark opposition and cancellation proceedings in Canada.
Kwan is also experienced in managing trade-mark portfolios for clients across multiple jurisdictions, including clearance work and prosecution strategy. As part of this work, Kwan also engages in the negotiation of licenses, assignments and other commercial agreements for clients.
In addition to handling prosecution and solicitor work, Kwan also has experience with trade-mark related disputes, and has appeared before the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal in trade-mark related litigation.
Kwan received his Bachelor of Science in Physiology, with Honours, from The University of British Columbia in 2002 and his Bachelor of Laws in 2006 also from UBC. He was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2007 and the Bar of British Columbia in 2010. Kwan is fluent in Mandarin, and conversant in Cantonese.