Ferland Marois Lanctot Avocats nominal partnership is a banner under which lawyers engaged in independent practice as well as independent law firms. At Ferland Marois Lanctot Avocats nominal partnership, lawyers who have an established and distinctive competence in their particular area(s) of practice occupy diversified, particular niches.
Ferland Marois Lanctot Avocats nominal partnership is resolutely committed to the future, on several levels. Evolving in a trade globalisation context as part of an international grouping, the firm makes full use of new technologies. Ferland Marois Lanctot Avocats nominal partnership is also committed to promoting the use of private as well as public dispute prevention and resolution processes. The nominal society and its affiliated law firms are thus decisively open to the world.
Ferland Marois Lanctot Avocats nominal partnership provides a welcoming, multi-ethnical and multi-linguistic work environment: French, English, German, Arabic, Spanish and Italian are all languages represented within the firm. Alllying multidisciplinarity, expertise and experience, the lawyers working under the Ferland Marois Lanctot Avocats nominal partnership banner offer services that are adapted to the complete spectrum of actual and prospective legal challenges.
The lawyers practicing within the firm Ferland Marois Lanctot Avocats nominal partnership, have an established and distinctive competence in their particular area(s) of practice. This expertise enables them to offer services adapted to today's legal challenges.
FML Avocats is a law firm oriented towards four main fields of practice, namely international commercial law, fiscal planning including voluntary disclosures, real estate law and inheritance law in its widest sense, from estate planning to liquidation of the estates.
Me Jean-Marc Ferland, as head of The Canadian Law Office Inc., holds a Swiss law degree and a Master’s degree in international trade law, further to McGill’s National Program, namely a bachelor’s degree in both Civil Law (for Quebec) and in Common Law. He has been a board member of the Swiss-Canadian Chamber of Commerce for over fifteen years, having previously been its President. He also acts as the National Legal counsel for the Canadian Ski Patrol since about twenty years.
The firm’s expertise in international commercial and tax law is solidified by the close links formed by its members with business people at an international and mostly European level (Switzerland being its center). Business services offered by the firm range from the creation of companies (start-ups) to drafting related contracts, including distribution and licensing agreements, to commercial leases, real estate investments, etc. The entire team at The Canadian Law Office Inc. are thus qualified to meet the needs of an international as well as a local business clientele.
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