Marie-Philippe Lavoie practices in the areas of civil and commercial litigation and corporate ‎investigations.‎

Marie-Philippe’s litigation practice involves a wide range of commercial and civil disputes, including ‎contractual, extra-contractual and professional liability. Marie-Philippe also assists clients with questions ‎of private international law, namely on jurisdiction and enforcement of choice of law and forum clause.‎

Part of Marie-Philippe’s practice consists of carrying integrity due diligence and corporate investigations, ‎a field of expertise she developed while working for a boutique business integrity law firm before joining ‎our firm.‎

Marie-Philippe recently completed her Masters program (LL.M) in international law, during which she focused her research on the ‎economic and commercial areas of this branch of law and has worked as a research assistant for two ‎professors in the fields of free-trade agreements and corporate social responsibility. During her studies, ‎Marie-Philippe was also selected to article with the Law Library of Congress, the largest law library in the ‎World, located in Washington D.C., United States, where she mainly assisted the Global Legal Research ‎Directorate with Canadian Law research requests arising from the United States Congress.‎

Marie-Philippe joined the firm in 2019 after the completion of her articles.‎