Your Tech Business Should Have a Tech Lawyer

Addison is a software developer turned lawyer with a focus on the issues that matter to technology businesses. Before starting his practice he worked at McCarthy Tetrault, one of Canada's largest law firms, and Technology Licensing Group of BlackBerry.

More than 100 entrepreneurs and businesses have chosen Addison Cameron-Huff as their lawyer since 2013.

“Addison is a smart, ethical, well-respected, cutting-edge technology lawyer who's professionalism and expertise have served me well for over 3 years. I couldn't be happier.”
Anthony Di Iorio Jaxx CEO & Ethereum Co-Founder
“I highly recommend Addison for any aspect of commercial law involving Information and Communications Technology - a wealth of knowledge and thorough counsel.”
Shidan Gouran President of Gulf Pearl
“If you own a technology company, or conduct a lot of your business online, I highly recommend you contact Addison for guidance.”
Mitchell Calahan CEO of SAU/CAL
“Addison is an absolute pleasure to work with and his attention to detail is fantastic. He was instrumental in helping us close our acquisition on time and making the process extremely smooth.”
Satraj Bambra B House (acquired)
“I've relied on Addison Cameron-Huff's legal advice since I starting consulting in applied cryptography and Bitcoin full time. Yet it's a testament to his good advice and honesty how little I've needed his services.”
Peter Todd Bitcoin Core Developer & Consultant

Internet Startups

Technology businesses have unique needs and you deserve a lawyer who's focussed on your niche.

A technology expert can also be a good addition to your existing legal team.

Blockchain Companies

Addison can guide your business through everything from commercial deals to anti-money laundering rules.

Addison has worked for two of Ethereum founders and a Bitcoin core developer. He accepted Bitcoin since 2014.

Software Developers

A good corporate structure and contracting framework is essential for the long-term success of your business.

For the later stages of your business: Addison has experience selling programming businesses.

Upcoming Events

Addison Cameron-Huff is co-organizer of the OsgoodePD conference “Critical and Emerging Issues in Blockchain Law”. March, 2017.

Past Speaking Engagements

  1. “Blockchain Symposium” - Gowlings WLG
  2. Fintech Regulation Panel - Next Money Toronto
  3. “Blockchain Evolution” - Canadian Bitcoin & Blockchain
  4. “Regulating Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities for Canadian Innovation” - CIGI
  5. “TECHxpo 3.0” - Ontario Bar Association
  6. Roundtable on Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Profession - Queen's Law School
  7. DEC_TECH (formerly Toronto Bitcoin Meetup) - DEC_TECH/MaRS
  8. Canadian Corporate Counsel Association National Conference
Addison on panel at Next Money Toronto

Legaltech Businesses

Addison Cameron-Huff has built (and programmed) his own software businesses from the ground up. He understands your challenges and knows what risks to watch out for.

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A global search engine for legislation from 79 countries with 1.55 million laws, including >750,000 translated foreign laws. Clients include the US Department of Justice and Harvard University.

Co-founded with Nachshon Goltz, Ph.D.

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Canada's first flat rate legal services marketplace. Operating since 2014. has around 100 lawyers listing >500 legal services.

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Near real-time alerts for Hansard, new bills, regulations, etc. for Ontario. Also available federally as

Used by trade associations and multi-billion companies.

Addison Cameron-Huff, Tech Lawyer

Mr. Cameron-Huff provides legal services to technology startups that want to build their business in Canada and go international. He has advised over 100 entrepreneurs and businesses.

Addison works exclusively for tech industry clients.

Contact Information

19 Yorkville Avenue, Suite 300
Toronto, Ontario, Canada,
M4W 1L1



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Addison Cameron-Huff's law practice is licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada.

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