Brad Limpert practises in the areas of technology commercialization and litigation. This includes advising clients on complex software and IT transactions. These transactions often also involve intellectual property licensing and equity financing. He assists clients who are addressing IT vendor under-performance, and data and privacy matters, including data and privacy breaches. He also works with clients to address issues around patent, copyright and trademark infringement. He has been lead counsel in large actions involving patent and trademark infringement, licensing disputes and IT service provider breaches. He is the author of a leading looseleaf in these areas of practice: Technology Contracting: Law, Precedent and Commentary. Brad often acts as consulting and co-counsel, to assist primary counsel. Brad is the Director of Osgoode Hall Law School’s LLM Program in Privacy and Cybersecurity Law. He is also a member of the Law Society of Ontario’s Advisory Council on Access to Innovation. Brad is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1997. He is also a Registered Patent Agent. Prior to studying law, he worked as a software developer and IT project manager, and received degrees in engineering.