Terms of Use


Welcome to the Website of the law firm Lavery (www.lavery.ca). Your use of our Website indicates your agreement with the following Terms of Use. If you do not agree to be bound by and comply with these Terms of Use, please do not access or use this Website.

Lavery reserves the right to deny you the use of the Website where it has reason to believe that you do not comply with the following Terms of Use.

No Legal Opinion

The contents of this Website are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. You should not act on the sole basis of the information contained in this Website. Each situation is different and we recommend that you seek advice from a lawyer.

No Lawyer-Client Relationship

No lawyer-client relationship between yourself and Lavery or any of its representatives shall result from your use of this Website and the information contained therein.

Unsolicited e-mails and other mass mailings

Please do not use the information on this Website, including the e-mail addresses shown here, to send, distribute, or facilitate the transmission of unsolicited e-mails or other mass mailings to Lavery, its partners, or its employees.

Intellectual Property

This Website and its contents are protected under the Copyright Act. The trademarks Lavery™, In Fact and In Law™ and Enviro-Express™, as well as our logo are protected under the Trademarks Act and any unauthorized use thereof is strictly prohibited.

Any attempt to access the source code of this Website is strictly prohibited.


No link to this Website is authorized without the written consent of Lavery.


Lavery grants a limited license to the users of this Website. This Website may only be used for personal, educational and non-commercial purposes. You are not authorized to copy, modify, reproduce in multiple copies, publish, transmit or distribute the contents of this Website in whole or in part, or to sell the contents without the written consent of a duly authorized representative of Lavery. You may view, consult, display, print, store in memory and download the Website's contents, provided that you do not remove the copyright mentions contained therein and that you indicate the source of such contents. Any other use is strictly prohibited.

Applicable Law

This Website is governed by the laws applicable in the Province of Québec, Canada, and any dispute related thereto must be submitted to a court of competent jurisdiction in the judicial district of Montreal, Québec.

Privacy Statement

Lavery is committed to upholding your right to privacy in accordance with the laws of Québec and Canada respecting the protection of personal information.

Lavery may collect personal information about you, for instance, when you subscribe to one of our publications. Personal data collection is for the exclusive use of the Firm, to allow us to communicate with you, provide you with the services or information you request, inform you of special events or provide you with information that may be of interest to you. Unless otherwise authorized by you, Lavery will use personal information for these purposes only. If you do not wish to receive additional information, you may advise us accordingly by sending us an e-mail at [email protected].

Lavery does not sell, disseminate, exchange or disclose personal information to third-parties unless we are required to do so by law, have your written authorization to do so or in the event of a merger between a business entity or a law firm and Lavery.

If you have questions about how we handle your personal information, or wish to make a formal access or correction request, please contact Lavery’s Chief Privacy Officer :

Loïc Berdnikoff at [email protected]

Cookies policy

To improve your browsing, consultation and future communications with Lavery, we may use cookies to collect the following information: The duration of your website visits, the pages downloaded, any website use statistics, your IP address, your language preferences, the browsers you use, etc. Lavery may also receive information about the server you are connected to and your provider. Personal information is stored in a database for the request you have made. For more information, please see the following page that explains how we use cookies.

You may access your stored personal information at any time and, if necessary, request a correction by contacting us directly through the "Contact Us" page.

Exclusion of Liability

Lavery does not warrant the accuracy, relevance or reliability of this Website's contents, nor does it guarantee that the contents will be available without errors or omissions. The information contained in this Website shall in no circumstances be construed as a legal opinion and Lavery is not responsible for any usage thereof.

Lavery assumes no liability for viruses, worms or invasive or destructive computer programs or for personal information that may be intercepted by third parties on this Website. You are solely responsible for the use and interpretation of the information contained in this Website.

Links to Other Sites

Lavery is not responsible or liable for links to third-party Websites. Such links are provided for your convenience only. These third-party Websites are governed by their own terms of use and privacy policies and your use of such Websites shall be at your own risk.


Lavery shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental or punitive damage that may result from the use of this Website, its contents or the impossibility to use it, even where Lavery has been advised thereof.

How we use cookies

Cookies is a file that stores information on your hard drive or browser. It allows a website to identify your computer and recognize if you have already visited that site. This process does not store personal information.

If you do not want cookies to be stored on your computer, most browsers give you the option to block or delete them from your hard drive. Please refer to your browser's user guide or help menu for more information about these options. However, if you change your browser settings to block or delete cookies, you may not be able to access certain features of our website. If you accept the use of cookies in the information banner located on our website's homepage, you consent to us using cookies as shown in the table below.

These data are statistical data on the actions and browsing patterns of our website visitors. These data cannot be used to identify anyone. Your session may be monitored, but you will not be identified. We may use cookies to track the pages you visit and ensure that certain information is not displayed repeatedly.

Cookie Name Function
Language preference Homeurl Save a visitor's language preference for the first time
Google Analytics _utm*

Collection of consultation data. These data are used to generate reports and continuously improve our site.
To view the Google Analytics privacy and security policy

Collection of data without personal identification (Number of consultations, referral sites and pages consulted).
To disable tracking by Google Analytics

Changes to this Agreement

Lavery reserves the right to change these Terms of Use without any prior notice and without any liability. However, in the even that these Terms of Use are changed, Lavery undertakes to so inform users in the “Highlights” section of this Website.

For any additional information regarding this Website, please contact us at [email protected].