QUA�BEC, CANADA- Fasken Martineau today announced the arrival of two new partners in the Quebec City office, Carl Tremblay and Kateri-Anne Grenier . They join our Corporate and Commercial Law groups , and Litigation and Dispute Resolution respectively .
Carl Tremblay is a leader in the Quebec business community and a leading lawyer in the M & A field. He regularly participates in private placements and public offerings on behalf of well-established companies and start-up and emerging technology companies. He also acts on behalf of private equity investors and has been involved in the creation of spin-off companies for several research centers in the Quebec City region. He advises the boards of several companies, including governance and integrity. Carl’s expertise has been recognized by various legal directories,
Kateri-Anne Grenier is a well-known litigator before the civil courts and the Quebec Access to Information Commission. She works in the field of commercial litigation, especially in the field of construction and professional liability. She also has cutting-edge expertise and regularly advises businesses on issues of access to information, privacy, cyber security, consumer law and product safety and marketing regulations. In 2013, Kateri-Anne co-authored the book Announced Private Sector Privacy Act, published by Yvon Blais.
“We are very excited to welcome Carl and Kateri-Anne. Fasken Martineau is well established in Quebec City and intends to increase its presence in the market, “said A�ric Bedard, Managing Partner of Fasken Martineau for the Quebec Region. “Their respective talents and strategic positioning in the community will strengthen our clients’ business and litigation services,” said Guy C. Dion, partner at Fasken Martineau and contact person for the office. Quebec City and Area.
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