Julie-Anne Archambault practices business law, concentrating mainly in technology law and intellectual property law.
Her practice is defined around the protection and strengthening of rights relating to digital technology and the Internet. She advises several types of businesses and creators on corporate organization and corporate life, contractual negotiation and other commercial transactions around the development and commercialization of their technological products and services. These can include cloud computing, mobile applications, video games, artificial intelligence and all things copyright-related. Julie-Anne also acts in cases involving personal information and privacy on the Web.
She has a master’s degree in e-commerce from HEC Montréal and regularly publishes articles on her favourite topics and is a guest speaker at conferences. She is closely involved with the Quebec cultural community and has spent years working in it. She is a legal advisor for NPOs and sits on the board of directors of the Printemps numérique.