Any is a passionate and dedicated lawyer who focuses her practice on intellectual property prosecution, litigation, and corporate matters. Her hybrid practice allows her to have unique and practical strategic advice as she has assisted clients through all stages of intellectual property matters. To date, Any has assisted with several matters at both the Federal Court of Canada (including the Federal Court of Appeal) and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, and has experience with legal research, drafting memoranda, and other litigation-based documents related to copyright, entertainment, and trademark disputes. She also regularly drafts trademark search reports and examiner report responses, as well as provides trademark opposition assistance for a variety of complex trademark matters. Whether it is an enforcement, protection, or litigation question — Any is eager and suited to provide nuanced and strategic advice.
Prior to joining the firm, she was an intellectual property associate at a Canadian law firm located in Toronto. Any also worked as a research and administrative assistant to Professor Alan N. Young at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, where she gained legal research experience, co-drafted a factum for the Ontario Court of Appeals, and drafted memoranda in administrative, procedural, constitutional, and criminal areas of the law.
Any earned her bachelor’s degree, with honors, from Western University, and her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School. Any is trilingual in English, Spanish, and French.