Marie-Ève’s practice involves a broad range of civil and commercial litigation, including in the context of class actions. Marie-Ève has been involved in a wide range of matters, including in matters relating to product liability, consumer complaints, securities, price-fixing allegations and public law matters. She has represented clients in the pharmaceutical, banking, construction, technology, communication, manufacturing, railway, aviation and mining industries. Marie-Ève has appeared as counsel before all levels of court in Québec and in the Federal Court.
Marie-Ève also practices labour and employment law. She assists clients with employment matters, including compliance with Québec laws and regulations, employment contracts, employment termination, human rights, non-solicitation undertakings and non-compete undertakings. Marie-Ève also assists clients regarding labour and employment implications of corporate transactions.
Marie-Ève regularly provides advice to Canadian and multinational corporations regarding consumer protection legislation, language requirements and other legal requirements for doing business in Québec.