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Marie L’Allier

Lawyer

Marie L’Allier

Lawyer

Bar
Québec, 2018
Education
LLB, Law, Université de Montréal, 2016
Certificate, Introduction to Chinese law, China University of Political Science & Law, 2014
Certificate, Comparative health law, Universidad de Costa Rica, 2016
Language(s)
French, English
VCARD

Paralegal

Marie is experienced in civil and commercial litigation, as well as in business law, namely in corporate law and mergers and acquisitions.

In addition to regularly representing her clients before the various courts of law, she is involved in various large-scale mandates in commercial and business law. With her professionalism and creativity, Marie positions herself as a true ally to her clients in order to guide and advise them in achieving their business projects.

Along with her practice at BLP Avocats, Marie is President and co-founder of Gestion Sportive A.M.A., a firm representing professional soccer athletes across America and Europe. Marie has gained experience in all aspects of athlete representation, including contract negotiations and coordination of large-scale sporting events. With a strong background in sports law, she is also fully qualified to answer all your entertainment law needs and questions.

Community Involvement

  • Young Bar of Montreal member;
  • Co-founder of A.M.A. Sports Management;
  • Montreal Commercial Junior Chamber member;

Select Experience

  • Representation of a shareholder in litigation arising out of a fraud that lasted over 20 years;
  • Representation athletes before Soccer Canada in an administrative dispute against a sportive organization;
  • Representation of athletes in the negotiation of their professional contract ruled by FIFA;
  • Representation of corporations in major merger and acquisition cases, from the drafting of the letter of intent to the closing session;
  • Representation of individuals who have been victims of defamation;
  • Assistance and advice to organisms and corporations in situations leading to the dismissal of employees;
  • Claim for hidden defects and construction defects;

Fields of
Practice