From the very first years in the profession, I developed an interest in advocacy and court. Initially, as part of a general practice, I had the opportunity to work on various cases, covering almost all areas of law.
Nowadays, with more than 30 years of experience, I focus my work on civil and commercial litigation.
More specifically, having pleaded numerous cases before the Administrative Housing Tribunal, for both landlords and tenants, I can provide you with services in housing law that addressing your needs.
Furthermore, my Master’s Degree in Tax Law is an important advantage in my interactions with the tax authorities to defend the interests of my clients.
To conclude, my approach in the evaluation of your file is to identify the best possible strategy, to establish your chances of success and, above all, to negotiate reasonable fees, so that your business decision is fair and well informed.
- Québec Bar (1986)
- Master’s degree in taxation (L.L.M. fisc), Université de Montréal (2005)
- Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.), Université de Sherbrooke (1985)