Alicja helps clients across a broad array of civil litigation disputes, with a particular focus on intellectual property law (including patent, copyright, and trademark litigation), class actions, torts and product liability law, public and administrative law, technology law, contractual disputes, and commercial matters.
With a PhD (Immunology), MSc (Medical Sciences), and a BSc (Biology), Alicja brings excellent analytical skills and industry insight to her files, combining a pragmatic, business-minded approach with deep subject matter expertise.
Alicja’s practice is multijurisdictional and includes motions, applications, trials at first instance, and appellate advocacy. Alicja has appeared as counsel across the country, including in the Ontario Superior Court, Court of Appeal for Ontario, Supreme Court of Canada, Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal, British Columbia Supreme Court, British Columbia Court of Appeal, Saskatchewan Court of King’s Bench, and Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.
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Alicja is a member of The Advocates’ Society, where she serves as Practice Group Leader for the Personal Injury and Insurance Law practice group, as well as the Ontario Bar Association, where she is the Executive for the Civil Litigation and Intellectual Property and Technology Law sections. Alicja is also a member of the Toronto Lawyers’ Association, the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada, and the Canadian Bar Association.
From 2017 to 2018, Alicja served as a law clerk to Justice Laskin, Justice Feldman and Justice Pepall of the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
During law school, Alicja was a senior editor and Chair of the Article Review Committee for the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Managing Editor of TheCourt.ca, and a Dean’s Fellow in State and Citizen.
Alicja coached Osgoode Hall Law School’s team for the Wilson and Laskin Moots for five consecutive years.