Imtiaz Karamat is an associate of the firm. He practises in the areas of intellectual property, information technology, cybersecurity, technology contracting, privacy and regulatory law.
Imtiaz’s practice covers a range of intellectual property and information technology matters, including technology contracting, privacy, cybersecurity and considerations around product regulation and marketing. He also has experience in patent prosecution and trademark litigation.
Throughout his legal studies, Imtiaz was heavily involved in Osgoode Hall Law School's Intellectual Property Law & Technology Program. This included working with the program's Innovation Clinic to assist inventors and entrepreneurs with the innovation and commercialization process. Imtiaz was also an avid contributor to the program's online review, preparing articles in the areas of trademark, patent and privacy law. His involvement in the program culminated in an internship with a major pharmaceutical company, where he worked with in-house counsel on regulatory and privacy matters.
Prior to law school, Imtiaz completed his Master of Science degree in Medical Sciences at McMaster University. As a graduate student, he focused on immunological studies and was awarded an Ontario Graduate Fellowship for his thesis on the immune system's role in stress-induced brain function and behaviour.
Imtiaz joined DWW as a summer student in 2019 and completed his articles with the firm in 2021.