McGill University (Diploma of College Studies, 1973). University of Montreal (Licentiate of Laws, 1976). Oxford University (Bachelor of Civil Law, 1980).
Spoken languages: French and English.
Worked at Goldstein, Flanz & Fishman (Montreal, QU) specializing in General Practice. Bankruptcy and insolvency, Corporate, Commercial, Real Estate and Banking. Trials and Appeals.
Admitted to the bar, 1977, Quebec.
Recipient, Governor General"s Gold Medal, 1976.
Commonwealth Scholarship, 1978. Author: Recent Developments in the Law Relating to Confessions: England, Canada and Australia, 26 McGill Lord Justice 435, 1980-1981.
Bulk Sales Issues, National Insolvency Review 33, 1990. Sessional Lecturer, McGill University Faculty of Law, 1981.
Member: Bar of the Province of Quebec.
Montreal and Canadian Bar Associations. We are a "boutique" firm founded in 1923. We have remained small by choice in order to be able to render more direct and immediate service, control the quality of our work product and maintain fast "turn-around time".
Our expertise in bankruptcy, insolvency and commercial re-organization coupled with our significant experience in banking, financing and factoring has resulted in our continuous involvement in matters of national and international importance for clients which include multi-national operations, banks and other financial institutions.
Member: Bar of the Province of Quebec. Montreal and Canadian Bar Associations.