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Montréal, August 28, 2020 – De Grandpré Chait is proud to acknowledge the appointment of Martin Bergeron as judge of the Court of Québec, Civil Division. Called to the Bar in 1990, he joined De Grandpré Chait in 2001 where he practiced mainly within the Insolvency, Restructuring, Bankruptcy and Liquidation team. His experience and versatility have also led him to work on a variety of cases such as civil and commercial litigation, commercial and real estate financing, the realization of sureties and commercial transactions.
As head of the firm’s students and articling students recruitment and supervision as well as professor at the École du Barreau, his career at De Grandpré Chait has been characterized by his dedication to the next generation of lawyers. .
“A great pedagogue, he has influenced a whole new generation of lawyers within our firm by ensuring their well-being and integration. The judiciary will be able to count on a new talent with invaluable professional and human qualities. We offer our congratulations to Me Bergeron in this new career. “said Marc Beauchemin, Chair of the firm’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee.
The Honourable Martin Bergeron is the 13th lawyer from De Grandpré Chait to be appointed as judge.
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