Bar Admission 1997
Law degree, Université de Sherbrooke (LLB)
A partner with the firm since 2011, Yannick is also director of Eastern Townships. He practices primarily in business law and has a strong business sense. He focuses a large part of his practice on providing support and advising entrepreneurs regarding the different issues they face. He also negotiates and drafts different types of contracts and business agreements. Yannick feels that legal knowledge is one of the tools that allow him to better advise his clients in the evolution of their business. He also handles matters in commercial and construction litigation.
Always available and attentive to the needs of his clients, Yannick is also appreciated for his ability to simplify complex situations in an effective manner. He always seeks the best option, whether based on pragmatic or legal factors, to ensure his clients’ satisfaction.
A professional who is convinced of the importance of contributing to the success of one’s community, he is a member of the board of the Fondation du CHUS (University of Sherbrooke Hospital Foundation). Yannick is also co-founder and ambassador of La Ruche Estrie, a non-profit organization that offers a locally-based social fundraising platform whose mission is to promote the development of projects that will stimulate the region’s growth and vitality. He is involved in the Fondation Charles-Bruneau as well as the Corporation études-sports de l’Université de Sherbrooke. Yannick personifies community involvement.
Frequently invited to give conferences, Yannick has a passion for speaking and has also taught security interest law, evidence law, and civil procedure at the Quebec Bar School.
- Business Consultancy
- Business Law
- Business Start-Ups
- Business Succession Planning
- Civil Litigation
- Commercial Contracts
- Commercial Law
- Commercial Litigation
- Corporate Law
- Corporate Reorganization
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Shareholder Agreements
I represented a large chain in connection with the restructuring of their operations. I believe that being a business advisor means supporting owners and directors in all stages of the life of their business.
I am active in my community because I feel that it is paramount to give back. Health-related causes, especially those involving children, are close to my heart. I believe that all children should have a good quality of life, regardless of their health. My involvement with students at the Université of Sherbrooke, my alma mater, is also very important to me.
Bankruptcy and Insolvency
End of controversy over section 243 of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
The court of appeal ends controversy in connection with the appointment of a receiver under section 243 of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act.
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