Marc James is a pleader working in the litigation and conflict resolution group. His practice focuses mainly on commercial, real estate and contract litigation, including a particular attention to consumer protection law. He regularly pleads before all civil courts and administrative tribunals, notably in the context of extraordinary remedies such as provisional and interlocutory injunctions, as well as safeguard measures.
Known for his efficiency, as well as his practical and innovative solutions, Marc James advises a clientele composed of both landlords and tenants, as well as entrepreneurs and educational institutions. His experience allows him to assist these clients before courts and administrative tribunals in all aspects of their files, including litigation related to their leases, zoning and urban planning, permit applications, servitudes (easements), construction, hidden defects, expropriation and disturbances. He also practices in co-ownership law.
In addition to his practice in real estate law, Marc James regularly advises clients on the application of specific legal regimes, most notably franchise law, as well as the Consumer Protection Act, the Act respecting Private Education, the Canadian Charter, the Québec Charter, the Charter of the French Language and the specific rules pertaining to class actions.