Bar Admission 1991
Law degree, Université de Montréal (LL.B.)
A Montreal lawyer, Daniel works in the areas of commercial, banking, real estate and construction law.
In addition to representing financial institutions, Daniel represents several property owners and real estate developers as well as companies of all types, including the field of construction.
He accompanies his clients by advocating practical and effective solutions to their contentious situations.
Daniel has a keen sense of analysis and synthesis, with great ease of written and oral expressions. He is tenacious, honest and suggests effective and inexpensive solutions, while being deeply involved in the strategy to carry out each file.
- Banking Law
- Banking Litigation
- Commercial Law
- Commercial Litigation
- Construction Law
- Real Estate Law
- Shareholder Disputes
For nearly 30 years, I have been accompanying my clients, being attentive to their problems and always being available. I seek practical solutions before arriving at the judicial alternative to carry out each file.
I am involved in my community through my participation on boards of directors and several fundraising events, because I believe in the importance of entrepreneurial development and the economic environment. I sit or have sat on several boards of various organizations, including the Southwest Montreal Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCISOM) (as President from 2004-2008), Théâtre Desjardins, Le Havre de Montréal Corporation, RESO, CRÉ of Montreal, Caisse Desjardins Atwater Center.
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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