Addison Cameron-Huff is an independent lawyer practising technology law from his office in the Yorkville neighbourhood of Toronto, Canada.
Addison has worked for:
During law school Addison created a legal monitoring business, OntarioMonitor.ca, and won the following programming competitions:
In 2004 he co-founded an educational software company. In the interim years he developed dozens of sites, created a fundraising platform for Ralph Nader's Presidential campaign (credited with tripling donations), and wrote a recommendation engine for a mobile video company. Addison's most recent side project is a flat rate legal marketplace: FlatLaw.ca.
Addison's law degree is from Queen's University and he has a Biomedical Sciences degree from the University of Waterloo.
Addison is now applying his technical knowledge and legal training to helping entrepreneurs. You can read his blog here.
Are you in the Bitcoin space? Addison has significant experience working with Toronto companies in this sector.
Are you running a software business? Wondering about how to deal with contractors or license your technology? Need a term of use agreement for your app?
Addison has advised several companies in the payments sector and "fintech" more broadly.
Do you need help with a contract? Are you licensing technology? Addison has appeared as an expert on Global TV on the topic of wifi hotspot contracts.
Are you starting a telecommunications business? Wondering how to navigate the CRTC?
Wondering how to balance contracts, insurance and policies?
Addison would be more than happy to discuss whether he can assist you with your legal matter. The first step is a free 30 minute consultation. Please call or email to schedule a meeting.
Do not send confidential information in the initial communication because it's possible that I have a conflict with another client.