A Decade Of Crypto Experience + Programmer + Passion = Great Legal Outcomes

Widely-recognized crypto-expert lawyer who started with Etheruem, brought stablecoins to Canada, counsel to a major Canadian restricted dealer, and technical-legal expert to one of the largest crypto theft cases. His contracts have been used for billions of dollars of transactions in Canada and abroad. Consultant for government regulators and private lawyer to the best companies in the space. Results-oriented, smart, and deeply knowledgeable.

Ideal Engagements For 2024

  • Regulatory strategy for launching new products
  • Blockchain projects that push past the boundaries of what's possible
  • Development & upgrading of commercial contracts for blockchain protocols and businesses
  • Expert support for litigation and specialized reports
  • Legal workshops to explore early stage opportunities
  • Founder protection and risk mitigation
  • Mentoring and expert guidance for legal departments
  • Embedded counsel services providing daily support for go-to-market legal needs
  • Canadian or international

Selected Blockchain Law Articles

50 Tips About Blockchain Law (2023)/h4>

1500 Word Blog Post

Cryptocurrency Space In One Diagram (2023)

250 Word Blog Post

How Tokenization Is Putting Real-World Assets on Blockchains (2017)

Read on Nasdaq.com

Legal Services - Currently Available

Mr. Cameron-Huff is currently accepting new clients: reception@cameronhuff.com, but only for new engagements ending no later than July 1st, 2024.

What Else Is Different From Other Law Firms?

  1. Crypto Knowledge: You won't need to explain "Blockchain 101". Or "Blockchain 201". He's taught crypto law at U of T law school. He oversaw the development of a new cryptocurrency wallet (Jaxx Liberty) while President of Decentral Inc. in 2017-2018. He's consulted for key regulators in Canada, law enforcement, and provided advice to hundreds of private clients.
  2. Fast: Every client is different, but a decade of intense work in the crypto sector means most problems can be addressed immediately. You won't be paying for research or waiting weeks like with other firms.
  3. Dynamic Teams: Mr. Cameron-Huff practices in dynamic teams with the right lawyers for the job, introducing professionals as needed. He knows the right people that you need.
  4. Tech Native: You deserve a lawyer who uses technology effectively and can use Google Docs/Office/etc. Mr. Cameron-huff is the programmer behind several online businesses, and makes legal-related programs in his spare time. Thinking like a programmer, a lawyer, and a startup founder, Addison's advice is precise and useful.
  5. In-depth Advice: High-level advice that solves problems, and then the follow through to commercial drafting, updating policies, or addressing the marketing team. Strategy followed by action.
  6. Fiercely Independent: no referral fees ever paid to other professionals or collected from them. Referrals only to the experts in Canada and abroad who are the best in the business.
  7. Forthright Communication: You deserve a lawyer speaks up when they don't know. Even highly experienced lawyers don't know everything because the world's a big place, and laws that interact with blockchains cross many areas of legal expertise. False confidence or overly optimistic advice is damaging to business teams that are trying to move fast. Solving legal problems promptly so they don't weigh down the business is essential for high-powered teams.

Selected 2023 Blog Posts

15 Years Of Legal Experiments: My Journey

What Lawyers Should Know About Holding Cryptocurrency

Using AI For AML Law: Thousands of ChatGPT API Calls Later...

The Sufficiency Of The Common Law In Tackling The Challenges Of DeFi, Stablecoins, And The New Economy

Raising Money For Real Estate Projects Using Tokens & The AI-Driven Future

Shakepay: Canadian Virtual Currency Dealer Raises $44 Million

Cryptocurrency: A Global Public System

Selected 2022 Blog Posts

950 Canadian Law Firm Articles About Crypto

Recent Crypto Litigation in Canada

What's Happening In My Corner Of Cryptocurrency?

Decentralized Money: What Can Damien Hirst's NFTs Tell Us About Decentralization

Axie Infinity's $600 Million Loss: Why Decentralization Matters

Shakepay: Canadian Virtual Currency Dealer Raises $44 Million

Cryptocurrency: A Global Public System

Media Mentions

'Code is law' defence to be tested in case of allegedly stolen crypto, 2022, Canadian Lawyer Magazine

Professor Michael Geist's Podcast: Law Bytes, 2021, Law Bytes

A Changemaker to Watch, 2018, Fall issue of the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association magazine

Decentral President, Addison Cameron-Huff Debuts Jaxx Liberty, 2018, CryptoCanucks

Blockchain Reaction, 2018, Canadian Lawyer

How Tokenization Is Putting Real-World Assets on Blockchains, 2017, NASDAQ.com

Lawyer to head blockchain company Decentral, 2017, The Lawyer's Daily

Blockchain Is 2017’s Opportunity for Lawyers, 2017, Slaw

Op Ed: Planning an ICO in Canada? Here are 10 Regulatory Points to Ponder, 2017, Bitcoin Magazine

Les champions plaideurs de la Cour suprême, 2015, Droit-Inc

Tech lawyer breaks down odds of winning at the SCC, 2014, Canadian Lawyer

Law grad behind government monitoring service, 2013, Canadian Lawyer

Building Something Great?


A Different Legal Practice: “Long-Term Law”

Almost all of Addison's work is what he calls "long-term law", an in-depth engagement between the client and lawyer, that speeds up engagements and gets far better results than the typical approach to legal advice. The pay-by-the-hour model is dominant in law today, and serves many people well, but isn't the same sort of advice that can come from being deeply embedded in a client's business through close work on Slack, regular video calls, and impromptu phone calls. Knowledge work and quick replies are easier with a tighter focus on the client than what is possible for most lawyers. This goes hand-in-hand with developing the in-depth product knowledge that cryptocurrency startups need.

Clients appreciate legal advice that's based on work for the early days of Ethereum, pillars of the Canadian cryptocurrency industry including one of the largest cryptocurrency dealers, and over a hundred other companies large and small in the emerging digital asset space. Having been involved in groundbreaking legal work defining the DeFi industry in Canada recently, and stablecoins, Addison is dedicated to a law practice at the forefront of digital asset technology.

Addison has spoken at venues ranging from Bay St. law firms, the Ontario Bar Association, law schools, the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association National Conference, and many other events since 2014. He knows what's happening, what's happened, and why it matters to you. Very few lawyers can claim this level of involvement in the industry since 2014. If you're not ready to be a client yet, or you'd just like to find out what he's interested in: follow him on Twitter.

More Blockchain Law Articles

Seven Trends In Blockchain To Affect Canadian Regulation (2021)

1000 Word Blog Post

The Elimination Of Money (2024)

500 Word Blog Post

2020 Securities Law Guidance for Exchanges (CSAN 21-327)

5000 Word Blog Post