Serge Bourque

Boverry Attorneys
Lawyer (Partner)

Serge Bourque has a law degree of University of Ottawa and a doctorate of economics of University of Caen (France). He has acquired knowledge and experience in various fields related to the laws concerning retired and elderly persons. He worked at Metropolitan Life Company and thereby became familiar with insurance matters, appointment of beneficiaries and the public and private retirement regimes. In private practice he represented Trust Général du Canada and got expertise in the law of successions, wills and problems related to liquidation. He is a member of the retirement committees of several businesses and institutions. He is a member of the FADOQ network (Quebec federation of seniors). He has been associated with Stikeman, Elliott and with Lavery de Billy.

Linked authors

Lavery Debilly
Mayer Brown (Paris)
Lenz & Staehelin (Geneva)
Netherlands Authority for Consumers & Markets (The Hague)
Bonelli Erede (Brussels)
Mannheimer Swartling (Stockholm)
Bonelli Erede (Rome)
Maersk (Copenhagen)

Articles

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Ana Barros Feiteira, Angie Ng, Benoît Merkt, Camilla Jain Holtse, Christian Hagerman, Christian Nielsen, David T. Fischer, Dieter Hauck, Graeme Edgerton, Inigo Igartua Arregui, Kiri Tahana, Lesley Farrell, Martijn Snoep, Martin Klusmann, Massimo Merola, Michael Reiss, Nathalie Jalabert-Doury, Nathan Muyskens, Nick Taylor, Rayan Houdrouge, Sara Lembo, Serge Bourque, Shreeya Smith, Suzanne Kingston, Teresa Lorca Morales, Tommy Pettersson Digital evidence searches in competition investigations: Best Practices for effective fundamental rights Results of an international survey among defense lawyers

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Un programme de recherche international regroupant des avocats de la défense a été constitué sous l’égide de Concurrences afin de comparer les protections mises en place dans 15 régimes différents pour assurer le respect des droits fondamentaux dans le cadre des investigations informatiques. Une (...)

Catherine Lamarre-Dumas, Serge Bourque Canada : Antitrust Class Actions

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The Canadian Competition Act has granted to private parties the right to institute recourses in damages following violation of some of its provisions. However, several years went by before a civil action was instituted. The fact that the Federal Court of Canada as well as the majority of the (...)

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