Emma’s practice focuses on litigation and dispute resolution in a variety of areas, including civil and commercial litigation, privacy, administrative and public law, class actions and international arbitration. Emma is fluently bilingual.
Emma has experience with the Québec Consumer Protection Act, particularly in the context of its application to financial institutions. She provides advice to clients in matters relating to compliance with consumer protection legislation, including regarding the impact of the modifications to Québec’s consumer protection regime arising from Bill 134, An Act mainly to modernize rules relating to consumer credit and to regulate debt settlement service contracts, high-cost credit contracts and loyalty programs.
Emma has appeared before the Superior Court of Québec, the Federal Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada.