Violette Leblanc is a lawyer and a partner. She has developed a high level of expertise in research. In her practice, she delves into the strategic aspects of complex cases, and she advises her colleagues on cutting-edge issues. Her in-depth knowledge of consumer law as well as civil and business law makes her an invaluable asset in class action and shareholder litigation.
Violette, who has a law degree from the University of Montréal, joined our firm in 2008. Prior to that, she worked as a legal researcher with the Honourable J.J. Michel Robert, Chief Justice of Quebec, at the Quebec Court of Appeal.
Represented a consumer association in a class action against an international cartel attempting to fix the price of an electronic component.
Represented investors who were victims of a Ponzi scheme, in an authorized class action suit against accounting firms and securities custodians based on their extracontractual liability.
Represented a consumer association in two class actions concerning disclosure of annual fees by retailers under the Consumer Protection Act.