|University ||Ottawa University, Bachelor of Arts, 2005|
|Law School||McGill University, Bachelor of Laws, 2009; McGill University, Bachelor of Civil Law, 2009|
|Admitted||2011, Quebec; 2012, Alberta|
Member of the Quebec Bar
Member of Montreal Bar
Member of Alberta Bar
Member of the Association of the Young Bar of Montreal
|Languages||English, French, Mandarin|
Alexandre Mireault brings to our litigation group the benefits of a broad educational background and a remarkably diversified experience.
Alexandre regularly appears before Quebec courts, especially in construction law matters. He also frequently helps settle disputes related to accounts receivables and to prior claims and legal hypothecs as well as conflicts with Quebec's Commission de la construction du Quebec.
With degrees in civil law and common law, and called to the Bars of Quebec and Alberta, Alexandre can shed the light on the interprovincial and international legal aspects of the files that he works on. His legal experience and his understanding of international relations allow him to work on files with a cross-border element, such as draft homologations and complex international arbitrations.
Alexandre has also gained substantial experience with issues related to the international mobility of businesses and employees, mainly between Asia and Canada. For some three years, he worked in Hong Kong, with a firm related to ours. He was helping clients comply with regulatory requirements for their investments in Canada and Quebec. The skills that he acquired allow him to assist Asian businesses seeking to settle in Canada as well as help Canadian companies looking to develop their markets in Asia.
Peracomo Inc. v. TELUS Communications Co., 2014 SCC 29: involved in the development of the argumentation presented all the way to the Supreme Court, mostly on the issues of conflict of laws and interpretation of the English legal tradition in Quebec
Publications and Conferences
“Director Liability and Financial Difficulty”, (2014) 27 Comm. Insol. R. 18
|Reported Cases||Representative Matters: Peracomo Inc. v. TELUS Communications Co.:, 2014 SCC 29: involved in the development of the argumentation presented all the way to the Supreme Court, mostly on the issues of conflict of laws and interpretation of the English legal tradition in Quebec|
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