Bruno Soucy operates a specialized business law practice. He practices in the areas of intellectual property and technology law, as well as commercial law (with an emphasis on e-Commerce, information technology and outsourcing).
Bruno has represented a wide variety of clients, be they net providers or users of technology, in various commercial matters. More particularly, he has negotiated and drafted agreements relating to the development, implementation and exploitation of technology, as well as the conduct of business via public and private networks. This includes identifying unique legal issues applicable to outsourcing arrangements, online business and providing advice to minimize exposure with respect to the conduct of business via the internet.
Bruno has also represented both vendors and purchasers of outsourcing services with respect to information technology and business processes. His involvement has extended, not only to the negotiation and drafting of agreements and related documents, but to his participation in ad hoc risk management committees and due diligence teams as well.
He has also counselled clients and documented transactions regarding the development of intellectual property as well as the protection, enforcement, licensing and transfer of intellectual property rights. In addition, Bruno helps organizations conduct intellectual property audits and due diligence.
Fluently bilingual, Bruno practises in both official languages.