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Émile Catimel-Marchand maintains a thriving practice in financial services and restructuring and insolvency law. His work focuses on complex Canadian, cross-border and international financings for clients in a wide range of industries, including banking, finance and insurance as well as aviation.

Acting for corporations, secured lenders, unsecured lenders and insolvency professionals, Émile represents clients at all levels of federal and provincial courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He also supports clients in the preparation and negotiation of loan and security documentation.

Émile’s experience in the aviation space includes advising on payment technologies and airport security regulations as well as bankruptcies and seizures in foreign jurisdictions.

Prior to articling with McMillan, Émile completed two internships in the legal department of a Canadian multinational construction company, where he gained valuable insight into the legal needs of a sophisticated corporation.



Rankings & Recognitions

  • Dean’s list during his second year at University of Sherbrooke

Directorships & Affiliations

  • Barreau du Québec
  • Young Bar of Montreal
  • Member of the NextGen Committee of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA)

Education & Admissions

2016
Called to the Québec bar
2015
LLBUniversity of Sherbrooke

Insights by Émile Catimel-Marchand (4 Posts)

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Supreme Court of Canada Confirms: Hypothecary Notices In Québec Receiverships Are Here To Stay

Supreme Court of Canada confirms: hypothecary notices in Québec receiverships are here to stay.

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Apr 6, 2021
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The Splintering of Canadian Insolvency Law: Quebec Court of Appeal Confirms Expiry of Provincial Notice Periods are a Pre-Condition to Appointment of a BIA Receiver

The Quebec court of appeal's ruling in Séquestre de Media5 Corporation has profound implications for the enforcement of secured creditor remedies in Quebec.

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Aug 6, 2020
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The Queen v. Callidus Capital Corporation Overturned; Lenders Breathe a Sigh of Relief, But For How Long?

The decision, released in July 2017, was overturned on November 8, 2018 by the Supreme Court of Canada, offering sought-after certainty for secured lenders.

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Nov 12, 2018
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Still Kicking: Quebec Court Confirms the Constitutionality of the Charter of the French Language, Clarifies the Rule of “Marked Predominance” and Reiterates the Exemptions for Unregistered Trademarks

Still Kicking: Quebec Court Confirms the Constitutionality of the Charter of the French Language, Clarifies the Rule of “Marked Predominance” and Reiterates the Exemptions for Unregistered Trademarks

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Feb 20, 2015