Cynthia’s practice focuses on patent and commercial litigation. She has extensive experience in pharmaceutical and biotechnology patent cases and has been involved as litigation counsel in IP and regulatory matters before the Federal Courts, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, and the Supreme Court of Canada. She has also appeared as counsel in cases before those courts, the Court of Appeal for Ontario and administrative tribunals. Cynthia taught patent law at Queen’s University’s Faculty of Law for many years and won the Law Students Society’s award for excellence in teaching. She is a past Chair of the CBA’s National IP Section Executive and has written papers and spoken at conferences on various IP and regulatory topics. Cynthia is co-editor of the Canadian adaptation of Lubet’s Modern Trial Advocacy: Analysis & Practice, now in its fourth edition.