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Frédéric Savoie is a passionate litigator, acting for plaintiffs or defendants in a wide range of civil and commercial disputes, including real estate and construction law, shareholder disputes, contractual disputes, and civil liability. He advises and represents clients before all levels of the courts in Quebec and Ontario, both for trials and appeals, and often acts in special procedures, such as injunctions and safeguard measures.
Frédéric worked with major international law firms in London and Paris, where he gained extensive experience in several industry sectors, including infrastructure projects, financial institutions, natural resources, and transportation. As a result, he advises and represents clients in their most complex litigation or international arbitration cases.
Frédéric also advises on various types of commercial agreements involving, among others, investments, partnerships, financing, franchising, licensing, or commercial leasing.
Frédéric worked in Montreal as a litigation lawyer with LJT Lawyers, where he mostly advised and represented individuals, condominium syndicates and private companies in real estate or construction litigation, regularly involving motions for injunctions or safeguard measures.
Previously, he practiced litigation and business law with Greenspoon Bellemare, where he represented clients in a wide range of civil and commercial matters, including shareholder disputes. He also drafted, reviewed and negotiated various types of commercial agreements.
From 2013 to 2014, Frédéric worked at the London office of Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hale & Dorr, firstly as an intern and then as a foreign qualified lawyer, mainly on international commercial arbitration cases before the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA).
From 2011 to 2012, Frédéric was an articling student in Paris, where he worked with Norton Rose, Hogan Lovells, and with the ICC International Court of Arbitration.
Frédéric is a member of the following associations: