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Julien Hynes-Gagné

Julien Hynes-Gagné

Associate, Litigation

Contact Information

tel: 514.904.5633



Bar Admission

Québec, 2015

  • McGill University, B.C.L./LL.B.
French, English

Julien is an associate in the Montréal office and is a member of the litigation group. Julien has a wide-ranging commercial litigation practice, which includes civil liability and contractual disputes of all kinds, environmental law, class actions, franchise law, manufacturer liability and insolvency. Julien has pleaded before all judicial levels, including various administrative tribunals, the Court of Québec, the Québec Superior Court, the Court of Appeal of Québec and the Supreme Court of Canada.

Prior to joining the firm, Julien completed the joint civil and common law program of McGill University, and studied natural resources management as an exchange student at the University of Oslo, in Norway.

  • Ventas, Inc.

    Ventas in its acquisition of a high quality Canadian seniors housing portfolio values at $2.4 billion in partnership with Le Groupe Maurice

  • National Tire Distributors

    National Tire Distributors in its road security rating re-evaluation before the Commission des transports du Québec

    • Acted for Alithya Group Inc. in its going public transaction by way of a business combination with Edgewater Technology, Inc. and completion of a $52.8 million concurrent private placement.
    • Acts for Colacem Canada Inc. in various matters, including in connection with an environmental class action relating to neighbourhood disturbances.
    • Acts for Nutreco Canada inc., a national nutrition company, in recourses based on manufacturer’s liability and professional liability.
    • Acts for a food franchisor in multiple real estate and contractual remedies and in insolvency proceedings.
    • Acted for FNF Canada and Chicago Title Insurance Company against the Chambre des notaires du Québec in the defense of their refinancing program.
    • Acted for KSV Kofman Inc., in its capacity as receiver under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act in the sale of a lithium mine located in Abitibi to an indirect subsidiary of Jilin Jien Nickel Industry Co., Ltd.
    • Acted for a holding company in a large scale immovable hypothecary recourse.
    • Acted for a mobile application developer, in a recourse based on poor programming and poor project management of a service provider.
    • Acted, on a pro bono basis, in obtaining IP information of online perpetrators, through the use of Norwich Orders.
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  • Gerald S. Tritt, Q.C. Prize, Highest Ranking: Special Contracts.

  • Barreau du Québec
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • The Advocates' Society
  • Young Canadian Arbitration Practitioners