Lavery is delighted to welcome David Choinière and Maude Sirois to its Litigation and Dispute Resolution team. David Choinière David's practice focuses mainly on banking litigation, restructuring and insolvency. He also advises and represents his clients in commercial disputes of all kinds and regularly makes representations before the various Quebec courts. "I'm delighted to be joining the team at Lavery, a firm with an outstanding reputation. For me, Lavery is synonymous with expertise, competence and intellectual rigour, which is why I chose to continue my career with the firm. I'm particularly looking forward to working with experienced lawyers in the commercial litigation, restructuring and insolvency team. I know that this new challenge will not only serve to put my experience and knowledge to good use, it will also spur my professional development." Maude Sirois Maude's practice focuses primarily on health and social services law. In particular, she represents institutions in hospital and professional liability proceedings. She also has expertise in consent to care. As part of her practice, Maude is also called upon to provide strategic advice on the governance of health care and social services establishments. "At Lavery, I found a health law team with cutting-edge expertise, focused on collegiality, professional development and know-how. That's what compelled me to take the plunge, but what really made Lavery the firm of choice for me was meeting my future colleagues and the warm discussions that we had."
David Choinière Lawyer
- Québec, 2018
David is a member of Lavery's Litigation and Dispute Resolution group and focuses his practice mainly on banking litigation, restructuring and insolvency. He also advises and represents his clients in commercial disputes of all kinds and regularly makes representations before the various Quebec courts.
Prior to joining Lavery, David worked for many years in the banking law team of a major provincial law firm. He holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Master in Business Administration from the Université de Sherbrooke. His academic career also led him to study private international law in the Netherlands, at the University of Groningen.
- MBA, Université de Sherbrooke, 2017
- LL.B., Université de Sherbrooke, 2016