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Hannah Mirsky

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Hannah Mirsky

  • Smart & Biggar LLP

Protecting and defending IP rights with precision and vigilance

Hannah is a dedicated IP litigator with a broad practice focus on the protection of all areas of intellectual property including patents, trademarks and copyrights.

In her practice, Hannah works with a diverse range of clients across industries, from large corporations to mid-size companies, entrepreneurs and start-ups. She provides clients with insightful and strategic counsel on IP matters, ensuring informed decisions are made and aligned with their business goals. She works on IP enforcement cases before both the federal and provincial courts and assists with the development of litigation strategy and the preparation of written arguments and opinions.

Prior to joining Smart & Biggar as an Associate, Hannah was an articling student in our Ottawa office.

During her legal studies, Hannah gained valuable experience working at Dalhousie’s Initio Law and Technology Clinic, which allowed her to work directly with entrepreneurs across Nova Scotia to provide legal services to early-stage technology start-ups with a specific focus on advising clients regarding IP protection. Hannah also worked as a research assistant, contributing to a project about corporate environmental responsibility for the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Before beginning law school, Hannah earned a B.A. with distinction in North American Studies, an interdisciplinary program in political science, history, and communications from McGill University. Hannah participated in the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot and won the Donald F. Sims Award for the best oral advocate.