Bar Admision 2013
Law degree, Université laval (LLB)
Master’s degree in Taxation, Université de Sherbrooke
A tax lawyer in Quebec city, Maude’s practice focuses primarily on business and taxation law. She also practices in international affairs.
Maude is partner since 2020. Since very early in her career, she has been successful. She was a recipient of the Canadian Tax Institute scholarship in 2014.
Maude is very involved in her community and sits on several boards in the Quebec City area. She is a lecturer in taxation at the Université Laval, in addition to being a trainer at the Agricultural Training Center, Business Training Center of Saint-Anselme and the School of Entrepreneurship of Quebec.
Maude is an accessible lawyer for her clients and carries out all her mandates with rigor in order to find efficient solutions offering the best cost-benefit ratio to the problems encountered by her clients.
- Business Contracts
- Business Law
- Business Start-Ups
- Business Taxation
- Corporate Structure
- International Affairs
- Purchase and Sale of Business
- Shareholder Agreements
- Tax Litigation
- Tax Planning
I accompany on a daily basis motivated entrepreneurs who have their business at heart. My work allows me to advise them in their business project and contribute to the success of their business by allowing them to avoid the legal and tax pitfalls, to make their investments profitable by optimizing their taxation and to protect their hard-earned gains putting in place structures to protect their assets.
I teach taxation at the Université Laval’s Faculty of Law to try to pass on my passion to students. My mission is to get out of the theory and show them the practice of business law and taxation on a daily basis. I am also involved with various boards where I feel that my knowledge and expertise can benefit the community.
Labour and Employment
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Technology, Intellectual Property and Communications
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Labour and Employment
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