Bar Admission 2018
Law Degree from University of Sherbrooke (LL.B.)
Master of Business Administration from University of Sherbrooke (MBA)
A Sherbrooke lawyer, Amélie practices mainly in civil and commercial litigation as well as in insurance law.
Her clients recognize her for her drive, her analytical skills, her professionalism, her practical solutions, her attentiveness and her availability.
Within the organization, she is very involved and actively participates in the development of young professionals and the implementation of sustainable development strategies.
Involved in her community, she is President of the CHUS Foundation's fundraising committee.
- Assessing personal injury
- Civil and Professional Code
- Civil Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Fraudulent insurance claims
- Insurance Law
- Insurer's subrogatory recourse
- Interpretation of the insurance policy
- Loss of entitlement to insurance benefits
- Nullity ab initio and cancellation of the insurance policy
- Representation and defence of the insured person
- Statutory examination of the insured person
Her Master in Business Administration is an asset for understanding the clients’ various issues and analyzing their files from a practical angle.
I find it important to be involved in my community. The fields of animal health and law are particularly close to my heart.
Jean Charest chooses TCJ
Therrien Couture Joli-Cœur (TCJ) is proud to announce that Jean Charest is joining its firm.
January 1st, 2024 : Increase in official Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) fees - The countdown has begun
To reduce its structural deficit, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) has decided to increase most of its official fees for patents, trademarks, copyrights, industrial designs, geographical indications, official marks, and integrated (…)
Labour and Employment
An admitted fault is half forgiven
On January 2nd, 2023, an arbitrator confirmed that soliciting colleagues to participate in a pyramid scheme and lying to his employer on the matter constitutes sufficient grounds to justify the dismissal of an employee.
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