Jérémie Wyatt

Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

Jérémie Wyatt

Jérémie Wyatt



Jérémie Wyatt, a lawyer in the Business Law group, focuses his practice on information technology, privacy and cybersecurity, as well as the life sciences sector. He has a keen interest in privacy law and cyber law. Jérémie acts as legal counsel to clients affected by cyber incidents, in addition to providing advice on issues related to information technology and personal information management.

In addition, he frequently assists clients in the marketing of new technologies, from commercial negotiations with third parties, through to the deployment of technological solutions. He is also interested in the new issues raised by the arrival of artificial intelligence.

His practice also focuses on life sciences, and he is interested in issues surrounding the use of technology in health care. He frequently advises clients on the management of personal health information and related issues, the negotiation of research contracts, as well as regulatory issues surrounding emerging health issues such as telemedicine, precision medicine and the use of applications and other innovative technologies in health care, both at home and in health care institutions. He looks at the use of personal information for research purposes, as well as the management of patient consent to participating in clinical studies.

Jérémie has been involved in drafting a number of articles and in preparing various conferences on these topics. While in law school, he was a research assistant in the field of blockchains and the law. He also had the opportunity to spend one session studying at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, in the Netherlands, during which time he familiarized himself with international law considerations.

Professional experience

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  • LL.B., Université Laval, 2020
  • Quebec 2021
  • Advise clients on the management of cyber security incidents
  • Advise clients in business transactions on data management, privacy and cybersecurity issues
  • Review and draft documents related to life sciences and information technology, including business agreements related to new technologies, data transfer, and service contracts in a technological context
  • Assist clients in compliance with legal and regulatory obligations regarding the management of personal data and information, and the implementation of best practices in this regard, with respect to all Canadian federal and provincial laws
  • Assist various public bodies in responding to requests for access to information
  • "Les attaques de rançongiciel en 2021: survol des considérations," Imran, A., Barbacki, K, Caron, R. and Wyatt, J. (2021), Le monde juridique, Vol. 26, No. 6, pp. 28-29, LMJ-vol. 26-6.pdf (lemondejuridique.com).
  • "Actualité Législative Données – Impacts des projets de loi 64 et 19 sur la recherché," webinar in collaboration with the National Table of Research Directors, Quebec City, May 4, 2022.
  • French
  • English