Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg (Montréal)

Stéphane Eljarrat

Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg (Montréal)
Lawyer (Partner)

Stéphane acts for publicly listed and privately controlled corporations as well as organizations located in Canada, the United States and EU countries. He regularly appears before the Tax Court of Canada, the Federal Court, the Superior Court of Québec, various provincial courts, as well as at appellate levels, including the Supreme Court of Canada. He is also allowed to act before French courts and tribunals (District of the Paris Court of Appeal). Before joining the firm as a partner, Stéphane worked for the Federal Department of Justice, with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Legal Services, with the DOJ Tax Litigation Section and as a Federal prosecutor. He also worked for the Department of Legislation and Investigations of the Ministère du Revenu of the Province of Québec (now Agence du revenu du Québec) and for the Ministry of Public Safety.

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Mark C. Katz, Stéphane Eljarrat The Canadian Supreme Court rules that investigators cannot search personal electronic items without a warrant providing them with an express authorization (Vu)

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The Supreme Court of Canada: A Computer is Not a Cupboard* When investigating cartel violations in Canada, the Competition Bureau’s tool of choice is the “search and seizure” (the Canadian equivalent of the “dawn raid” in Europe). The Bureau execises its search and seizure powers pursuant to (...)

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