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Fasken promotes 21 to partner across Canada

Monday, January 04, 2021 @ 1:47 PM | By John Chunn

Fasken announced that 21 Canadian associates have been promoted to partner, effective Jan. 1, 2021.

According to Fasken’s press release, they represent at least seven different practice areas across the firm, from Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City and Ottawa.

Promotion details, including name, practice and location of new Canadian partners:

Amélie Béliveau, intellectual property (IP) and commercial litigation, Montreal; Marie-Gabrielle Bélanger, labour and employment law, Montreal; Cristel Chabot-Lapointe, corporate/commercial law, Montreal; Eric Clavier, trusts and estates, Vancouver; Perry Feldman, securities and capital markets, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), Calgary; Christopher Ferguson, technology, IP, privacy and regulatory matters, Toronto; Valérie Gareau-Dalpé, labour and employment, Montreal; Andrew House, foreign investments, government relations, political law, Ottawa; Christelle Leblanc, labour and employment, Quebec City; Taisha Lewis, M&A, Toronto; Geoff Pedlow, technology, M&A, Vancouver; Pascal Provost, real estate, Quebec City; Allison Sears, global energy, regulatory litigation, Calgary; Nicole Singh, labour and employment, human rights, Toronto; Laura Smith, real estate, Vancouver; Gabriel Stern, information technology, Toronto; Guillaume Synnott, corporate/commercial law, Montreal; Jean-Philippe Therriault, environment, energy and commercial litigation, Montreal; Elyse Velagic, corporate/commercial law, Toronto; Adrian Wan, corporate/commercial law, Vancouver; and Andrew Woodhouse, employment and labour, human rights, Vancouver. 

“We are very pleased to admit this group of talented lawyers to our partnership,” said Peter Feldberg, the firm managing partner, said in the press release. “This is a significant professional achievement. Each of these individuals has shown a deep commitment to the firm and to the service of our clients.”