Amy-Lynne Williams is a founding partner of the firm. She practises exclusively in the area of information technology law.
For over 35 years, Amy-Lynne’s areas of practice have included outsourcing transactions; electronic payments agreements; systems acquisition, distribution, licensing, technology transfers, electronic commerce, privacy, electronic publishing and software development. She represents both producers and users of information technology in private industry and government.
- Selected by her peers for inclusion in the list of The Best Lawyers in Canada 2017 in the fields of Information Technology Law and Technology Law
- Listed in Expert Guides "Best of the Best" as one of the world's leading practitioners in information technology law and one of three in Canada.
- Best Lawyers in Canada “Toronto Information Technology Law Lawyer of the Year” for 2012 and 2014, and "Toronto Technology Law Lawyer of the Year" for 2013 and 2016
- “Most Frequently Recommended” in the Lexpert Canadian Legal Directory in Technology Transactions
- Listed in Lexpert/American Lawyer Guide to “The Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada”; Best Lawyers in Canada; Lexpert Guide to the Leading 100 Canada-US Cross Border Corporate Lawyers in Canada
- Ranked in Band 1 of Chambers and Partners Canada Guide - Information Technology Lawyers
- Listed in Canadian Who's Who
- Recognized in Expert Guides - Women in Business Law
- Ranked in Who's Who Legal: Canada as "Most Highly Regarded" for Technology, Media and Telecommunications
- Listed in Who's Who Legal Data: 2018
- American Bar Association (ABA), Member
- Canadian Bar Association (CBA), Member
- Ontario Bar Association (OBA), Member
- International Bar Association (IBA), Member
- Canadian IT Law Association (IT.CAN), Past President
- Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC), Member
- International Technology Law Association (ITECHLAW), Past President
- Toronto Computer Lawyers’ Group (TCLG), Member
Jennifer Davidson will be moderating a panel on Women in Technology at CAN-TECH's 22nd Annual
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