Catherine has spent her 20-year career at IMK LLP in Montreal, one of its leading litigation boutiques. She has vast experience in large-scale litigation, including class actions such as Adams v Amex, the tobacco class action, and Lac Mégantic. She has had the opportunity to plead before all levels of courts in Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada. Catherine’s main areas of practice include employment law, class actions and constitutional law. She is currently the lead lawyer in several large-scale class actions, and is leading the legal challenges to Quebec’s recent religious symbols ban.
Catherine is also regularly asked to speak at conferences on class actions and taught trial advocacy at McGill Law for eight years. She has been recognised by Best Lawyers in Canada, Chambers & Partners, Benchmark Litigation and Lexpert in the areas of class actions and commercial litigation. She was recently named a fellow to the Litigation Counsel of America and the International Association of Defense Counsel.