Ren Bucholz is a trial and appellate lawyer. He regularly acts in cross-border litigation involving public and private companies, and his broad advocacy experience includes dozens of trials, appeals, international and domestic arbitrations, and administrative hearings. Ren clerked at the Ontario Court of Appeal and has appeared as lead counsel at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada. Ren’s practice spans complex commercial disputes that often involve new technologies and intellectual property and has acted in patent, copyright, and trademark matters in the Federal Court, Superior Court, and in private arbitrations. Former Google Policy fellow, he spent several years representing a leading NGO at the World Intellectual Property Organization, a specialized agency of the United Nations, where he dealt with copyright, trademark, and patent policy. He also spent years working on technology standards involving broadcasting, digital copyright protection, open-source software, and voting machine security at entities like the IEEE and DVB. Ren has published articles and book chapters on the intersections of new technology and intellectual property. In addition to public-facing litigation, Ren often provides practical, discreet advice to organizations and individuals.