Lindsay Neidrauer is an accomplished litigator with extensive experience in pharmaceutical and biotechnology patent litigation. Lindsay represents clients in all areas of intellectual property litigation including patents, trademarks and copyright. She regularly appears in the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal.
After graduating with a B.Sc.H. degree from Queen’s University, Lindsay went on to study at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 2003 after graduating with a JD. Lindsay also holds an MA in criminology and is a registered trade-mark agent.
Throughout her career, Lindsay’s practice has focused primarily in the areas of biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. She has been fortunate to work with leading scientific experts – including a Nobel Prize winner – in scientifically complex cases. Her passion, commitment and drive give her an edge when it comes to providing clients with the best possible representation. She is adept at identifying key issues, devising and carrying out strategies, and advocating her clients’ positions. Lindsay prides herself on not only her advocacy skills, but also in working with clients to achieve the best possible outcome for their cases.
Lindsay’s interest in and enthusiasm for intellectual property law extends beyond client work. She is a member of the Litigation Committee of the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada. She is also a co-author of the chapter on Canada in “Intellectual Property in the Life Sciences”.