Me Catherine Dufresne joined the firm in 2016 after having completed her articling and practices mainly in litigation and in administrative law. She is regularly called upon to draft procedures, briefs and legal opinions in diverse areas of law, as well as to represent clients before the courts and administrative tribunals.
André ComeauPartner, lawyer
Me André Comeau is one of the founding members of the firm. His career of over forty (40) years has been entirely dedicated to municipal law. He acts as legal advisor as well as litigator. He also drafts municipal regulations and bylaws and agreement protocols relating to all aspects of municipal affairs.
Paul A. VenneLawyer
Me Paul A. Venne has more than twenty-five (25) years of practice dedicated exclusively to labour and employment law in all its forms, be it in accreditation, grievance arbitration, labour standards, the Canada Labour Code, occupational health and safety or in the negotiation of collective agreements.
Me Jean-François Girard is a biologist and attorney specializing in environmental and municipal law. He acts as legal advisor, represents clients before the courts and administrative tribunals and also drafts regulations, bylaws and agreements in all aspects of municipal affairs.
Anthony Pierre FreijiLawyer
Mtre. Anthony P. Freiji is a versatile litigator who is a member of the Barreau du Québec and of the Law Society of Ontario. His practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation, real estate and construction law, labour and employment law as well as administrative law.
Me Sébastien Sénéchal is a civil litigator, specializing in real estate and administrative litigation. For the past 15 years, Me Sénéchal has been called upon to plead before most of civil and administrative Courts, including the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux, the Tribunal administratif du Québec and the Federal Court.
André C. GirouxLawyer
Me André C. Giroux has practiced in labour and employment law for over twenty (20) years. In particular, he acts in accreditation matters, in grievance arbitration, in human rights and labour standards, occupational health and safety, as well as in the negotiation of collective agreements for employers under both provincial and federal jurisdiction.
Paul DupéréPartner, lawyer
Me Paul Dupéré began his practice in 1985 within the labour law group of the Société de transport de la Ville de Montréal’s legal department. In 1991, he pursued his career in labour law in large private firms, including Desjardins Ducharme and Guy & Gilbert. He is one of the founding partners of DHC Avocats.