Bar Admission 2015
Law degree, Université de Montréal (LLB)
A Brossard lawyer, it has always been Chloé’s goal to be a litigator. Due in part to having studied theatre, she is confident when addressing the public or a judge. As such, her practice consists of primarily labour and employment law as well as litigation.
Chloé advises employers in matters such as employment agreements, disciplinary measures, labour standards and dismissals.
She has represented her clients before different courts and administrative tribunals in Quebec and has advised them with regard to settling or negotiating the termination of the employment relationship.
A dynamic, young professional, Chloé is known for her bold personality. Chloé’s confidence, attention to detail and her desire to go the distance are noteworthy indicators of the professional service she provides clients.
- Civil Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Labour and Employment Law
- Labour Standards
- Workplace Health and Safety
I assist employers when they find themselves in a crisis that threatens the quality of labour relations in their company. In my opinion, it is in stressful situations like this, which often require fast action, that the importance of our advisory role becomes clear.
I believe that economic development in a region is achieved through good business relations between the entrepreneurs and professionals who work there. As such, I recently decided to join the Association des gens d’affaires de Brossard, which is a group composed of business people who seek to develop local businesses and products.
The College of Patent Agents and Trademark Agents Starts its Activities
On June 28, 2021, Canada’s new College of Patent Agents and Trademark Agents begins operations.
Immigration and International Mobility
Business Travel and COVID-19 Restrictions
For well over a year, businesses have been grappling with the effects of COVID-19 including the various travel restrictions imposed by provincial, federal, and foreign governments.
Requests for expedited examination of trademark applications: rights at risk and impact of COVID-19
The current average delay of the Canadian Intellectual Property Office ("CIPO") between the date of filing of a trademark application and its examination is 30 months.
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