Bar Admission 2005
Law Degree, Université de Montréal (LLB)
Electrical Engineering Degree, Université de Sherbrooke
Technical College Diploma in Electronics, Institut Teccart
Lawyer with a strong background and extensive knowledge in the areas of telecommunications, radiocommunications and broadcasting, Suzanne’s joining our team has expanded the services we offer to clients in that sector.
She works primarily in the areas of telecommunications, radiocommunications and broadcasting law as a strategic advisor on regulatory and governmental matters at both the national and international level. Her work in this capacity includes preparing submissions and appearing before the CRTC, the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Economic Development of Canada and the International Telecommunications Union.
Suzanne’s practice also includes the areas of public international law as well as professional conduct and ethics. She sat on the Disciplinary Council of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec from 2007 to 2020 and on the board of directors of Télé-Québec from June 2017 to June 2021. She is a member of the board of directors of the Fondation Claude-Masse since December 2018. She also served on the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) from 2008 to 2013.
In the academic realm, Suzanne gives seminars about telecommunications policy, including international rules and best practices recommended by the World Trade Organization (WTO), to representatives of telecommunication carriers and regulatory organizations outside of Canada.
In her legal practice, Suzanne is recognized as a professional whose in-depth analysis produces creative solutions for her clients.
Her diverse professional background, such as in broadcasting engineering at Radio-Canada, is a valuable bonus for her clients,. Due to her multidisciplinary, multisectorial and “multi-national” academic and professional experience, Suzanne is able to offer her clients a unique perspective when advising them regarding business strategies.
- Factums and Legal Representation
- International Organizations
- Public International Law
- Regulatory and Business Strategies
- Right of Publicity
- Telecommunications, Radiocommunications and Broadcasting Law
- Treaty Law
I provide strategic advice to businesses and associations operating in telecommunications and broadcasting in order to help decision-makers make the best use of existing rules and to help them influence and shape public policy. I have handled matters for SMEs in telecommunication, radiobroadcasters, business associations and creators’ associations.
- Digital Radio: from the test bench to the air: quid CRTC rules
- Rights & Responsibilities in Canada’s Electronic Communications Law
The sharing of knowledge and skills, both human and professional, is important to me. This is why I am involved in mentoring junior engineers and giving seminars to university students.
Spotlight on the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel Final Report
Communications and Entertainment
Bell-Québecor: the powers of the CRTC
Suzanne Lamarre, a telecommunications lawyer at our Saint-Hyacinthe business place, expresses her concern about the disadvantages of subscribers and collateral damage to small broadcasting providers if the CRTC's regulations are not respected.
Communications and Entertainment
Québécor risks contempt of court in dispute with Bell
Suzanne Lamarre, a telecommunications lawyer expresses the potential consequences of Québécor's intention to deprive Bell subscribers of the TVA Sports channel this Wednesday night.
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