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.
- Ranked in Band 1 of Chambers and Partners Canada Guide – Information Technology Lawyers;
- "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;
- Best Lawyers in Canada "Toronto Technology Law Lawyer of the Year" 2013 and 2016;
- Best Lawyers in Canada "Toronto Technology Law Lawyer of the Year" 2012 and 2014;
- Thought Leader – Who's Who Legal, Data 2019;
- Lexpert Guide to the Leading Canada-US Cross Border Corporate Lawyers in Canada; The World's Leading Lawyers; The Guide to the World's Leading IT Media and Telecommunication Advisers;
- Past-President of the International Technology Law Association;
- Past-President of the Canadian IT Law Association;
- Admitted to the Bar of Ontario in 1980
- LLB, University of Ottawa (cum laude)
- BA, Carleton University (Ottawa)
Publications and Presentations
Amy-Lynne has written and spoken on many aspects of IT law, including outsourcing, system acquisitions, joint ventures, technology acquisitions, security, electronic commerce and copyright. In addition, she has testified as an expert witness on the drafting, interpretation and negotiation of IT contracts and has served as an arbitrator on a panel dealing with an international IT dispute.