Bar Admission 1987
Law degree, Université Laval (LLB)
President and CEO of the company, Normand Therrien has consistently put his entrepreneurial philosophy to good use in his past and present partnerships with firms in the recreation field. He practices mainly in the field of corporate and business law, more specifically in financing, merger and acquisition.
Active on a number of advisory and executive committees, he also shares his knowledge and expertise with business owners.
Valuing physical activity and life balance, Normand is a strong believer in the virtues of healthy living and maintaining a good work/life balance. He is actively involved in his community and is an ardent believer of the benefits of being socially involved.
Exceptionally dynamic and persuasive, Normand is able to organize and inspire people towards a goal in which he strongly believes to achieve results that no one would have considered possible. A valued advisor, Normand ensures that his clients benefit from his business sense and experience and he inspires everyone in the firm to emulate his entrepreneurial philosophy.
- Business Consultancy
- Business Contracts
- Business Financing
- Business Law
- Business Start-Ups
- Business Succession Planning
- Corporate Law
- Distribution Agreements
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Strategic Development
Getting involved in the strategic and legal development of a business is a passion for me. Being an entrepreneur myself, I believe it is important for owners and their managers to be supported by professionals at the heart of entrepreneurship in order to help them achieve their business goals.
I am involved in community organizations and economic organizations. Until recently, I sat on the board of directors of the Centre de bénévolat de Saint-Hyacinthe (volunteer organization). I currently sit on the board of Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole.
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