Her practice focuses on patent litigation, including patent validity and infringement actions, damages quantification and accounting of profits analyses.
Stephanie has successfully represented clients before the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal. She has extensive trial and appellate experience that rivals many more senior lawyers.
In 2019, Stephanie won the LMG Life Sciences Canadian Rising Star Award. Since then, Stephanie has been consistently recognized as a leading patent lawyer by LMG Life Sciences, Patent Stars, and IAM Patent 1000 – which called Stephanie a “key
asset” in expert cross examinations. She has been recognized by her peers as a trusted IP litigator in the ReferToHer™ network.
Stephanie is called to both the Ontario and New York State Bars. Stephanie earned her J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School. During her time at Osgoode, she was a senior editor of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal. Stephanie also participated in an exchange
program at the University of Amsterdam, where she interned at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague.
Stephanie participates in both the Osgoode and Intellectual Property Institute of Canada mentorship programs and enjoys running on her free time.
*practising through a professional corporation
Called to the Ontario Bar, 2012
Called to the New York State Bar, 2012
Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D., 2011
Trinity University, B.Sc. (Biology) with Honours, 2008
Belmore Neidrauer LLP was named an “Elite Boutique” in the Legal 500 2024 Rankings, with partner Peter Wilcox highlighted as a Leading Individual. Marian Wolanski and Stephanie Anderson have also been recognized as Next Generation Partners
IAM Patent 1000 has once again ranked Belmore Neidrauer LLP as a leading patent litigation firm with a "dedicated team of IP lawyers who boast a client-oriented approach and practical solutions.” Partners Peter Wilcox, Marian Wolanski and Stephanie Anderson are also recognized as leading patent litigators.