is a partner and leads the national white-collar defence practice at Osler. A member of the Quebec, Ontario and Paris bars, his practice encompasses a wide range of corporate criminal and regulatory matters. He acts in cross-jurisdictional and national security-related matters. He previously worked for the Canadian Department of Justice at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Legal Services, the National Tax Litigation Section, as a Federal Prosecutor, in the Department of Legislation and Investigations of the Quebec Revenue Agency and for the Ministry of Public Safety. He is also a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.
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