Gordon practises corporate and commercial law with emphasis on technology development and licensing, intellectual property and corporate structuring. He has considerable experience in negotiating and drafting licence agreements, research agreements, clinical trial agreements, distribution agreements, engineering agreements, memoranda of understanding, letters of intent, joint venture agreements, manufacturing agreements, fabrication agreements, service agreements, collaboration agreements, consulting agreements, confidentiality agreements, including many of international scope. Gordon has been involved in developing and structuring research consortia, both national and international in scope. He also has experience as a mediator and an arbitrator for commercial disputes. Gordon has written numerous articles and has lectured frequently for the Canadian Bar Association, Legal Education Society of Alberta, Licensing Executives Society, Intellectual Property Institute of Canada, THECIS and other organizations. He is a past lecturer in the faculties of law, business and engineering at the University of Alberta. Admitted to Alberta Bar in 1979. Appointed QC in 2002.
Year Called to the Bar:
Computer & IT Law