Marie-Ève Gingras

Marie-Ève Gingras

Senior Associate
Montréal: 514.868.5607
Fax 514.868.5700


LLB, 2008
Université de Montréal
MA (Political Science), 2005
McGill University
BA (International Studies), 2003
Université de Montréal
Certificate of Qualification in Common Law, 2014
National Committee on Accreditation

Bar Admissions

Ontario, 2015 Québec, 2009


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.

Marie-Ève is fluent in French and English.

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Marie-Ève is a member of the Cercle du MAC Committee and a member of the Board of Directors for the Literacy Foundation. She was also a former member of the Research Ethics Committee of the CSSS Verdun (2011-2016), the Relations Committee of the Young Bar Association of Montréal (2011-2015) and Les Printemps du MAC Committee (2015, 2016 and 2017).

Memberships and Affiliations

Marie-Ève is a member of The Advocates’ Society and the Canadian Bar Association.