Practical legal solutions that achieve tangible business goals. That is what a company needs to succeed. That is what Scott provides. As a results-oriented lawyer, he works closely with our clients to define and efficiently execute the legal steps to protecting their business and moving it forward.

Scott enjoys not only taking on responsibility for important projects for our clients but also providing strategic advice and counsel to meet our clients’ business objectives. Satisfaction for Scott is measured in success of our clients. Legal advice and work is focused on practical results that benefits his clients.

In every endeavor, Scott is a proven leader. Currently, Scott is the President of the Conservative Party of Canada.

Work Highlights

Reliance Properties Ltd.

  • Negotiated construction contracts for residential, commercial and retail projects in downtown Vancouver having values up to $185 million

Cheap Tickets case

  • Co-counsel in the successful decision in the Federal Court of Appeal case EMALL.ca v Cheap Tickets & Travel Inc. concerning a dispute over trade-mark registrations and domain names

Onni Group

  • Acted as counsel in resolving over $3 million worth of lien claims and related litigation concerning a master planned community in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia
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Scott effectively solves complex problems and negotiates significant contractual documents that are key to advancing a client’s business through IP, privacy and construction related actions.

Intellectual Property Services
Disputes and litigation Trademark, copyright, patent and trade secret matters
Licensing and contractual matters
Privacy Services
Investigations and complaints before the BC Privacy Commissioner Policies, contract and compliance procedures
Freedom of information requests
Construction Services
Disputes and litigation, including builders’ liens Contracts, including negotiation and drafting

Solving these issues is just like playing a game of chess—Scott sets up strategic advantages for the benefit of our clients. His approach is one of legal creativity and leadership, which only comes from experience.

Having worked through a myriad of issues from all sides allows Scott to formulate dynamic and tailored solutions that promote growth and efficiency for clients.

The dedication that our clients have toward their businesses is the same dedication that Scott brings toward serving them. He helps our clients accomplish their goals so that their businesses can grow, compete and succeed in the markets they serve.

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Reliance Properties Ltd.
  • Negotiated construction contracts for residential, commercial and retail projects in downtown Vancouver having values up to $185 million
Cheap Tickets case
  • Co-counsel in the successful decision in the Federal Court of Appeal case EMALL.ca v Cheap Tickets & Travel Inc. concerning a dispute over trade-mark registrations and domain names
Onni Group
  • Acted as counsel in resolving over $3 million worth of lien claims and related litigation concerning a master planned community in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia
“My firm was retained to handle a complex trade-mark litigation matter in the United States and in other jurisdictions world-wide, including Canada. Scott acted as counsel on the litigation in Canada on our client’s behalf. Scott demonstrated his significant expertise in trade-mark law, good tactical stewardship of the matter and tenacity in pursuing the litigation. With Scott’s assistance we were able to bring the matter to a very successful conclusion for our client on a world-wide basis. I would highly recommend Scott to anyone seeking assistance with intellectual property matters in Canada.”

Philip Heller, Partner Fagelbaum & Heller LLP

“I retained Scott to act as my co-counsel in a precedent-setting trade-mark case before the Federal Court of Appeal: EMALL.ca Inc. v. Cheap Tickets & Travel Inc. Having Scott alongside me at the counsel table provided me with much needed confidence and comfort. Scott’s legal knowledge, judgment, and skill set as a first-rate intellectual property lawyer, were invaluable. His counsel and experience were critical to the success of the appeal. In addition, his personable style and friendly manner is in short supply of these days. They don’t come any better than Scott.”

Zak Muscovitch, The Muscovitch Law Firm

“In my role as founder and CEO of TreoScope Technologies, I retained Scott Lamb on a matter requiring specific legal counsel related to a privacy matter before the Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia. Scott acted swiftly and decisively, producing a focused and thoughtful approach to our privacy matter that clearly and concisely set out our legal options, while taking our business interests into account and prioritizing those interests alongside the legal matter at hand.”

Owen Cameron, President, Cameron Group

Industry Involvement
  • Intellectual Property Institute of Canada
  • Licensing Executives Society
  • Chair, International Law Section (BC), Canadian Bar Association, and Member, Executive of the National Section, Canadian Bar Association, 2000-2002
  • Editor (Features and Case Comments), Canadian International Law Journal (Canadian Bar Association), 1997-2013
  • Author, Trade-mark Chapter of the Continuing Legal Education Annual Review, Law Society of British Columbia, 2005-2017
Community Commitments
  • Elected President, Conservative Party of Canada, 2016
  • Chair, National Convention of the Conservative Party of Canada, Vancouver, 2016
  • Elected, National Council of the Conservative Party of Canada, 2013 and 2017
  • Board of Directors, St. Georges School, Director and Vice-Chair, 2008-2015
  • President and Director, North Vancouver Conservative Party Electoral District Association, 2008
  • Elected, National Policy Committee of the Conservative Party of Canada, 2012-2013
  • President and Director, St. Georges Old Boys Association, 2004-2010
  • Vice-Chair and Member, Toronto Public Art Commission, 1995-1998
  • Certified Coach, Hockey Canada, North Vancouver Minor Hockey Association
Education & Call to Bar
  • Calls to Bar: Ontario, 1991, British Columbia, 1998
  • Bachelor of Laws, University of British Columbia, 1989
  • Bachelor of Laws (Hons.), Bristol University, 1987
  • Bachelor of Arts, International Relations, University of British Columbia, 1984
External Publications & Presentations
  • Intellectual Property Law – Trade-Marks ChapterAnnual Review of Law & Practice, The Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, 2017 (Author)
  • Intellectual Property Law, Trade-Marks
  • The Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL): What You Need to Know
  • The Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL): Part 2: What Happens Next – Computer Programmes and Consent