Toronto-based Dimock Stratton is an IP boutique firm with a strong reputation in the patent contentious category and with a particular focus on pharmaceuticals and high-tech sectors. Its 17 IP lawyers have represented leading multinationals in patent litigation such as Sandoz, Ranbaxy, Research in Motion (RIM), Cisco, the Toronto-Dominion Bank, the Royal Bank of Canada and the Bank of Montreal. Institutional clients for patent filings include Procter & Gamble and RIM.
Ron Dimock continues to earn high praise from competitors as one of the top litigators in the country. In September 2012, he joined the technology transfer office of Queen's University, PARTEQ Innovations, as one of their newest directors. PARTEQ works with institutional researchers and the business community to bring early-stage technologies to market.