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  1. Lavery appoints five senior associates and a senior notary

    Lavery is pleased to welcome the following professionals as senior associates and a senior notary in the firm. Elizabeth Bourgeois - Senior Associate Elizabeth is a member of the firm's Employment and Labour Law Group. She has acted as a lawyer-investigator and has specific experience in the prevention and treatment of psychological harassment and incivility in the workplace. Since 2018, Elizabeth has also been a mediator certified with the Barreau du Québec in, among other areas, labour relations. In her practice, she also advises employers in the public, para-public and private sectors on matters relating to human resources management and labour relations. Olivier Boileau - Senior Associate Olivier Boileau is a member of the firm’s Litigation and Conflict Resolution Group, and his practice focuses primarily on civil, commercial and corporate litigation. As part of his practice, Olivier has developed an expertise in commercial litigation. He advises and represents a diverse clientele before the courts, in particular shareholders of corporations of all sizes. Nadia Yasmine Hanine - Senior Associate Nadia Yasmine Hanine is a member of the Business Law group. She has participated and played a significant role in numerous share and asset purchase and sale transactions involving companies of various sizes. She represents entrepreneurs and investors as part of the acquisition of interests in private issuers. She also advises entrepreneurs and start-ups on various legal issues relating to their businesses. Chantal Saint-Onge - Senior Associate Chantal Saint-Onge is a member of the firm’s Litigation and Conflict Resolution Group. She works predominantly in the areas of insurance law and civil liability. In her practice, Chantal has been called upon to represent clients from various economic sectors and industries, which has enabled her to continually develop new fields of expertise and specialization. Letta Wellinger - Senior Associate Letta Wellinger is a member of our Business law group and practices primarily in the areas of commercial law, transactional law, and corporate reorganizations. Ms. Wellinger also practises in civil and commercial litigation. Marie-Andrée Truchon - Senior Notary Marie-Andrée Truchon is a notary and tax specialist and practices in the Business Law group where she works chiefly in the areas of corporate law and taxation. As part of her practice, she is assigned to cases dealing with acquisitions/sales of corporations, mergers and corporate reorganizations, where she is called upon to draft a variety of commercial agreements. Congratulations to all of you!

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  2. A team of five professionals joins Lavery’s Labour Law group

    Lavery is pleased to announce that a team of five new professionals is joining its Labour and Employment Law group. Richard Gaudreault, Partner Richard Gaudreault’s practice focuses on the negotiation of collective agreements and strategy advising in human resources planning and reorganization for private companies and public institutions.   Benoit Brouillette, Partner Benoit Brouillette serves a clientele that includes private, public and parapublic organizations and assists them in their daily and strategic management of human resources and labour relations.   Ariane Pasquier, Partner Ariane Pasquier regularly represents her clients in court. Thanks to her negotiating skills, she also represents parties in collective agreement negotiations, particularly in municipal matters. In addition, she has specific expertise in public safety for police forces and fire services.   Elizabeth Bourgeois, Associate Elizabeth Bourgeois has gained experience in conflict prevention and resolution, and frequently advises public and private organizations regarding problematic situations that arise in the workplace.   Camille Rioux, Associate Camille Rioux advises employers in the public, parapublic and private sectors on issues related to human resources and the development of good labour relations.

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