Friedman Law is a Montreal law firm specializing in transactional and compliance advice for the technology and financial tech sector. Our clientele includes private companies, start-ups, equity investors and not-for-profits. We assist clients on a range of technology matters such as software development and online marketing and provide strategic legal and regulatory compliance advice related to e-commerce and crypto-currency.
Specialized and strategic advice on everything from outsourcings to new business models. Services include software development and licensing agreements and intellectual property development and management.
Our clients are leaders in this industry and so are we. We are at the forefront of developments in cryptocurrency, decentralized autonomous organizations, digital assets, and smart contracts.
Technology law in the financial services industry is a rapidly emerging area of law. We can help navigate the evolving legal and regulatory issues and fulfill corporate compliance requirements in this growing industry.
Building your online presence means protecting intellectual property, privacy and consumer rights. Learn how to minimize legal risks associated with e-commerce and Internet issues.
Let us help you structure and launch your business. Take advantage of our professional input and wide network of strategic partners, advisors and investors. Raise funds through crowd funding or with crypto-equity with our help.
Quebec’s unique legal system within Canada gives rise to distinct issues. We know Quebec law. Let us help you traverse its distinct framework, from consumer protection to language laws.
We assist clients in setting up the right corporate structures that will allow them to reach their goals. We draft agreements and ensure that our client’s relationship with licensees, suppliers, manufacturers and customers are clear and enforceable.
Advice on e-banking, payments and commerce in the mobile world. Regulatory and legal compliance requirements, including anti-money laundering and terrorist financing legislation, privacy and consumer protection.