Andrew is a recognized leader in intellectual property, combining experience in industry, law and academia before co-founding PCK. Andrew’s industry experience includes General Counsel for a publicly-traded flat-panel display company, IP counsel for a Silicon Valley start-up, and engineer for the automotive industry. In law, Andrew practised for several years with three of Canada’s national firms. Cited by the Supreme Court of Canada, he is also co-author (with Stephen Perry) of Canadian Patent Law (3rd ed. LexisNexis, 2018) the first text on Canadian patent law by practitioners in over thirty years. As co-founder of PCK, Andrew spearheaded several innovations in professional practice management, notably PCK’s paperless practice which includes state-of-the-art electronic workflow and billing engines. This work has placed PCK on the forefront in the use of advanced software to efficiently deliver tier-1 professional services using “CFO-friendly” cost management tools. Andrew Currier’s practice includes an emphasis on corporate IP strategy. Andrew views IP services as forms of practical barrier-to-entry tools that can be purchased from IP attorneys, not as expensive arcane legal instruments devoid of practical purpose.