Bar Admission 2017
Law degree, Université Laval, international profile (LLB)
A Quebec City lawyer, Lisa-Anne focuses her practice in litigation, and more specifically civil liability and insurance lawsuits. Litigation in matters of bodily injury are also an important part of her practice.
She is devotedly involved with the next generation of young professionals, in particular by acting as an internship supervisor.
Her friendly attitude and rigor at work make her a lawyer with whom it is pleasant to work. Her clients could count on her transparency in files.
- Civil and Professional Code
- Civil Litigation
- Insurance Law
- Personal injury
The legal world is constantly evolving and makes the practice extremely rich and stimulating. Representing clients through this sometimes unfamiliar universe is an opportunity to make a difference. My ability to listen and my desire to respond to the concerns of my clients allows me to understand the importance of each cause and to recommend different options adapted to their needs.
I was involved in the Board of Directors of "Le Groupe Danse Partout inc. », an organization devoted to dance that consolidates the activities of its three divisions: The Quebec School of Dance, La Rotonde and the House of Dance of Quebec. The infinite universe of art and dance is fascinating, so it was important for me to contribute to the mission advocated by this organization.
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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