Christopher Scott is a lawyer with Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala LLP, a boutique firm practicing in the area of intellectual property law. Christopher advises clients on all aspects of intellectual property law, with a particular emphasis on patent drafting and prosecution involving computer science, mathematics, electronics, and mechanical devices.
Christopher Scott was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2013. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Victoria in 2012.
Christopher has a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Northern British Columbia, where he was the class of 2009 valedictorian and Governor General’s Silver Medal recipient. Prior to practising law, he developed commercial software and conducted academic research in language processing, artificial intelligence, and voting systems.
Christopher’s patent practice focuses on computer-related inventions, electronics, mechanical devices, and other inventions involving complex mathematics, physics, or computer science. He also provides advice and services regarding other forms of intellectual property, such as copyright, trademarks, and industrial designs. Christopher particularly enjoys assisting clients in dealing with intellectual property issues in software, including dealing with licences of copyright and patent rights.