Harry B. Radomski has been with Goodmans since 1987 and is now a partner and head of the firm’s intellectual property litigation group. He regularly appears before all levels of Courts and has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada on many cases involving patent and trademark issues. He is a Member Arbitrator while practicing commercial litigation with emphasis on IP law.
Harry Radomski is a partner at Goodmans LLP, and head of the firm's intellectual property litigation group. Practises commercial litigation with emphasis on IP law and appears before courts and tribunals across Canada.
Litigation counsel to companies and government authorities in the pharmaceutical, medical devices, software and chemical industries, including Apotex Inc.; Nu-Pharm Inc.; Pro Doc Ltd; Medtronic AVE; and New Brunswick Power Corp. Recognized as a leading IP litigator by Chambers Global and Lexpert®. Also recognized by Euromoney (one of the top three Canadian patent lawyers and top 25 in the world), PLC Which Lawyer? (IP/life sciences), The Best Lawyers in Canada (IP) and Best Lawyers’ 2011 Toronto IP Lawyer of the Year. Teaches the LLM health law IP course at Osgoode Hall Law School.
Past member of the Advisory Hearing Board, OIC. Member of TAS(O), ATLA, Canadian Association of Law Teachers, CBA and Osgoode Society. Has published and presented extensively in areas of expertise. Past associate editor of Construction Law Reports (Carswell). Contributing author to Central and Eastern European Law Initiative of the ABA and co-author of The Insurance Act of Ontario Annotated, (Butterworths). LLM, University of California, 1976. Admitted to the Ontario Bar, 1978.