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Kimberly Dunn

Trademark Agent

Kimberly is a Registered Trademark Agent with the firm's Trademark Department and has an in depth knowledge of Canadian and foreign trademark practices. She is involved in all aspects of the trademark process from searching, filing, procecution all the way to registration and corresponds regularly with Canadian and foreign clients as well as the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.

Kimberly joined the MBM family in 2008 as a paralegal working in both patents and trademarks, but decided to focus her career on the trademark practice and becoming a registered Trademark Agent. She wrote the Trademark Agent Qualifying Examination in 2018 and achieved the highest overall mark across all candidates in Canada. As a result, she will be the recipient of the Educational Foundation Award given annually by the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC).

In her spare time, Kimberly enjoys reading (especially true crime and murder mystery books), travelling the back roads of Ontario and taking photographs of hidden gems found during her travels. On rainy (and truly Canadian snowy) days, she spends her time indoors completing various arts and crafts projects, including knitting, bead work, scrapbooking and painting. She also has a passion for baseball and is a fan of the Toronto Blue Jays and regularly attends their games.

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts [Honours] in Criminology and Sociology, with a minor in Child Psychology - University of Windsor

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RANDALL MARUSYK

Partner


Randall is a partner of the firm and has been certified as a specialist in all areas of Canadian IP Law.
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