Bar Admission 1995
Law degree, Université Laval
Master’s in business administration, Université Laval
Common Law, University of Western Ontario
A Quebec city lawyer, Yves is a partner and works with our business law team in the areas of transactional law in mergers and acquisitions, commercial law and corporate reorganizations.
He acts as administrative manager and sits on the Board of Directors of the company.
He is called upon to advise business leaders, from home and abroad, for various transactions, as well as for obtaining financing and for developing, negotiating and the drafting of contracts.
At the social level, Yves is President of the board of the Universitas Foundation of Canada and the Théâtre Jeunesse les Gros Becs.
Recognized for his listening, Yves is an effective lawyer who focuses on the results that his clients want to achieve.
- Business Financing
- Business Law
- Corporate Reorganization
- Corporate Structure
- International Affairs
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Strategic Alliances and Partnerships
- Transactional Law
I like to contribute to the settlement and the realization of the challenges and opportunities that present themselves daily to our business clients while taking into account their objectives.
I have been involved in my community for a long time in the sports, cultural, philanthropic and business fields, I like to diversify my daily occupation and touch various fields. I believe in education and support the Éducaide organization that helps deserving and disadvantaged young children.
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