LudlowLaw -- Intellectual Property Law and Advocacy

Personal Interests:

  • Racing sailboats and radio control sailboats

  • Computational fluid dynamics

  • Designing and building experimental radio control sailboats

  • Computer programming (e.g., disassembler, terminal program, internet data retrieval programs, option trading software, boat design software, and patent search software).

  • 2003 Canadian Champion for Soling 1 Metre radio control sailboat class; 4th place, 2005 US National Championships for Soling 1 Metre class.

  • Applied evolutionary theory and contemporary scientific research.

Civic Involvement:

  • Recently helped negotiate 55 boating club leases with the City of Toronto.

  • Member of 2006 Dragon Boat World Crew Championship Organizing Committee, and Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation Stakeholder Committee.

  • Helped raise $23 million from three levels of government to build a water sports course in Humber Bay, which opened in 2006.

  • Toronto Sailing and Canoe Club -Toronto's oldest yacht club - Commodore (2002 - 2004), Vice Commodore, 1999-2002. Created a scholarship program to provide 15 needy children a year with sailing day camp. Created a community access sailing program. Increased club revenues 15 percent while cutting expenses.

David G. Allsebrook at ITBusiness.ca round table on copyright levies Mobius Sloop David G. Allsebrook aboard the Platypus David G. Allsebrook aboard the Platypus