A wealth of experience across technical fields


From softwaredigital-web3technologycleantech and transition to renewable energymedia, and life science, SRA is well-equipped to navigate the complex legal and operational landscape of your industry.

This section mentions some of the technologies that have kept SRA engaged over the last 25 years.

Each industry has its own dynamic and specificities. Legal challenges and opportunities are often industry-specific.

SRA offers a wealth of knowledge and expertise across a wide range of technical fields, allowing us to provide tailored legal and advisory solutions to meet your specific needs.


  • Software and SaaS 
  • Commerce 
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) 
  • Generative AI GenAi) 
  • Multi-agent systems and Human-in-the-Loop (HITL) 
  • Internet of Things (IoT) 
  • Cloud technology 
  • Advertising technology (Adtech) 
  • Privacy and GDPR 
  • Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) 
  • Computer-Aided Design (CAD) 
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and visualization software 
  • Logistics, traceability management solutions 
  • Security, secured communications


  • Power distribution and grid management 
  • Power storage including large-scale capacitors 
  • Biofuels including algae, biomass, urban sludge 
  • Fuel cells 
  • Hydrogen production and storage 
  • Photovoltaics (PV), Concentrating solar power (CSP), Solar heating and cooling (SHC) 
  • Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) 
  • Hydro and small hydroelectric power 
  • CO2 management 
  • Oil and gas including remediation of oil sites 
  • Generators 
  • Methane capture and management


  • Blockchain 
  • ITO-ICO (Canada, Estonia, Switzerland, and several EU jurisdictions) 
  • Utility tokens, tokenization, NTF 
  • Smart contracts 
  • ENS 
  • Crypto exchanges and relations thereof


  • Contemporary art 
  • Digital media, Digital art 
  • Gaming 
  • Interactive media, Multimedia 
  • Film production and licensing 
  • Film festivals 
  • Television 
  • Live entertainment including theatre, opera, circus


  • Electronics, including sensors, MEMs, networks of sensors 
  • Electromechanical devices 
  • Optics and micro-optics, non-linear optics 
  • Control systems 
  • Interactive systems 
  • Cooling systems, liquid-on-chips, submerged 
  • Entertainment technology 
  • Display and imagery technologies – OLED, FED, LED, 3D and large displays 
  • Telecommunications, including data transmission, management and storage, NFC, UWB, and RFID 
  • Metal production including aluminum, copper, lithium 
  • Magnetic mixing 
  • Materials


  • Pharma (pre-clinical and clinical stages) 
  • Biotech 
  • Medical devices 
  • Medical isotopes production including cyclotrons and linear particle accelerators 
  • Cannabis production, licenses (medical and recreationally) and distribution (Canada)