Bhupinder Randhawa quoted in article “IP boutique joins AMD as corporate backer of Canada’s first tech hardware incubator” by Global Legal Post

February 14, 2020

IP boutique Bereskin & Parr has become a founding partner of Canada’s first incubator for tech hardware start-ups.

Bereskin is one of five businesses providing an estimated total of $6m in resources, advice and mentorship for the Hardware Catalyst Initiative (HCI), whose first cohort of eight start-ups are welcomed this month.

The venture will see the boutique working alongside multinational semi-conductor companies AMD and Synopsys, HCI’s most high-profile backers.

Click here to read about Bhupinder comment’s on how Bereskin & Parr will assist the first cohort on protecting their IP assets.

This article was first published in the Global Legal Post on February 14, 2020.

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