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Cain Lamarre

Person(s) in charge

Mr. André Gauthier andre.gauthier@clcw.ca - Lawyer, Partner

Mr. Stéphane Gauthier stephane.gauthier@clcw.ca - Lawyer, Partner

Address
630, boul. René-Lévesque Ouest, bureau 2780
Montréal, H3B 1S6
QC, CA

Phone
514 393-4580
Fax
514 393-9590

stephane.gauthier@clcw.ca www.clcw.ca

With 18 offices in 9 regions of Quebec—Montreal, Quebec City area, Saguenay/Lac-Saint-Jean, the Eastern Townships, the Lower St. Lawrence, the North Shore, Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Chaudière-Appalaches, and Central Quebec — and over 380 employees, including 200 legal professionals, Cain Lamarre is without a doubt the law firm with the deepest roots in Quebec and one of the province’s biggest. This law firm boasts the expertise and knowledge of lawyers active in all conventional and emerging fields of law and in every sector of the economy. Our experts in offices all across Quebec pool their skills and know-how to provide innovative and effective legal solutions to address the specific needs of our clients—institutions, businesses, and individuals alike.

Business Type
Legal services

Services offered
Over the years, we developed a very diverse clientele of producers, processors, distributors, farm cooperatives, growers’ associations, and public agencies. We represent and counsel big and small companies alike, as well as individuals active in this sector. The legal needs of agriculture and agrifood enterprises touch on a range of fields of law, including business, commercial, and corporate law; taxation; municipal law; environmental law; labor and employment law; civil and commercial litigation; and notary services. With a dedicated team boasting a thorough understanding of the laws and regulations governing the agriculture and agrifood sector, we are ably equipped to counsel you in all these areas of expertise and guide you through the legal landscape of your industry.

Current Customers
associations, producers, food processors, manufacturers

Trade Relations Sought
manufacturers