Once we’ve assessed the issues at stake in your dispute, we’ll propose courses of action that meet your needs. With our experience in mediation, arbitration and before the civil courts, we can represent you in case of a dispute with one of your commercial partners or institute extraordinary proceedings, such as applications for safeguard orders or injunctions, seizures before judgment and other procedures.
In the case of an urgent procedure, our team will be able to advise you. Depending on the nature of the conflict, we’ll represent you before the courts as speedily as your case requires and ensure that your rights are fully protected. If your dispute requires immediate representation before a judge in chambers, we will do everything possible to be ready to defend your interests the same day, as in cases of unfair competition, continuous defamation and seizure before judgment.
Our ultra-specialized team in advertising, entertainment and intellectual property law will advise you, defend your intellectual property rights and help you obtain the appropriate remedy. Our objective is to protect your trademarks and copyrights by bringing actions for infringement, damages, injunction or any other extraordinary remedy. We’ll also act with the various administrative authorities, like the Register of Trademarks and the Trademarks Opposition Board, and before the Federal Court.
With our expertise, we can successfully represent you before the courts of second instance. Whether it’s before the Court of Appeal or the Superior Court, for an application for judicial review we’ll conscientiously defend your interests and meticulously draft the pleadings.
An injunction is an order of the Court that can be obtained to force your contractual partners to meet their obligations under the terms of a shareholders’ agreement, a non-compete clause or an exclusivity clause.
Intervention time is crucial in an extraordinary procedure, such as a request for a provisional injunction or safeguard order, to maximize your chances of success and ensure there is an opening for this type of remedy. That’s why it’s important that we’re informed from the very start of the dispute.
It is not possible to exclude contractual liability in cases of bodily harm.