Chambre des notaires du Québec 2013
Law degree, Université de Sherbrooke (LLB)
Master's in notarial law, Université de Sherbrooke (MA)
A member of the business law team, Karine works in notarial law. She is a vital link in the team when financing, asset acquisitions and company mergers require notarial deeds. She also practices estate planning and family trusts.Read more
Active in the business community since the start of her career, she has been an involved member of the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Sherbrooke (JCCS) in the organization of various networking activities, including the annual Casino JCCS. For this professional, every opportunity is good to build relationships that will allow the growth of an individual or a company.
Her clients recognize her for her professionalism, her attention to detail, her liveliness and her ability to find solutions to advise them.
- Business Financing
- Business Law
- Estate Planning
- Inter Vivos Trust
- Protection Mandates
- Real Estate Financing
- Real Estate Law
- Residential Financing
- Testamentary Trust
- Wills Planning
I was involved in the financing of a business in the horticultural sector where one of the issues related to assuming the mortgage on a superficiary right.
Being involved is a way to give back to the community and to be a part of its evolution. I am particularly fond of social and sports-related causes because I strongly believe in the importance of a healthy spirit in a healthy body! Moreover, being actively involved is a token of one’s commitment to the community, which in turn provides a sense of purpose and value.
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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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