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J. Michel Mazerolle, 1965 - 2012
Michel is a founding partner of Mazerolle & Lemay. He obtained his bachelors
of arts from the University of Ottawa in 1988 and his bachelors of laws with
honours in 1991 also from the University of Ottawa.
J. Marc Lemaymlemay@mazerollelemay.com
Marc is a founding partner of Mazerolle & Lemay. He received his bachelors of administration in 1985 and his bachelors of law in 1988 both from the University of Moncton.
In 1990 Marc set up his private practice in Ottawa and, in 1994 with Michel Mazerolle, founded the firm of Mazerolle & Lemay.
Marc's practice is specific to residential and commercial real estate law ,including the financial arrangements impacting on the acquisition and development of land. Marc regularly advises clients in relation to land development, municipal laws, the acquisition of land and real property, the financing of major development projects, condominium development and mortgage enforcement.
Marc is fluently bilingual and practices in both official languages.
Marc is a director of the Board of Directors of the Regroupement des gens d'affaires de la Capitale national and is a member of the Gloucester Chamber of Commerce.
Denis was called to the Ontario Bar in 1989. Over the last 15 years, Denis has represented his clients before courts and administrative tribunals in Ontario including the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario, the Ontario Municipal Board, the Rent Review Board, the Housing Tribunal, the Human Rights Commission, the Pension appeal board of Canada to name a few.
Denis is fluently bilingual and serves his clients in both official languages throughout Ontario.
Denis is a special prosecutor for the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and is also a panel lawyer for the Public Guardian and Trustee of Ontario.
The statutory infractions department which Denis leads includes infractions under the Criminal Code, infractions to the Highway Traffic Act, infractions under the transportation of dangerous goods, infractions under the 1997 statute for the protection of fish and wildlife, obligations imposed under health and safety legislation, obligations to directors and officers of a criminal or quasi-criminal nature and infractions and obligations under environmental laws in Canada.
Denis has been actively involved in the Scout movement in Canada in Canada for over 20 years acting as district Commissioner for Ottawa and Eastern Ontario.
Jolyane was called to the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2013, after completing a Bachelors in International Development and Globalization (BSocSc) in 2009 and her Bachelors of Law (Juris Doctor) (Common Law) in 2012, both at the University of Ottawa.
Jolyane joined Mazerolle & Lemay at the end of 2014, after starting her legal career with the federal government. While maintaining a diverse practice, Jolyane currently focuses mainly on wills and estates law.
Jolyane practices in both official languages, notwithstanding the fact that she is also perfectly fluent in Spanish.
Jolyane has since long been actively involved in the community. She is currently sitting on three different Boards of Directors, including for the Caisse populaire Rideau Vision, for the Cultural Interpretation Services for Our Communities (CISOC) and for the Ottawa Victim Services.
Robert M. Chartrand
Mr. Robert M.Chartrand has over 40 years of experience in private practice of law and was a founding member of the law firm Lalonde, Chartrand & Colonnier O’Connor.
Mr. Lafrenière was called to the Bar of Ontario after having completed his J.D. – National Program at the University of Ottawa. Prior to his studies in the National Program, Mr. Lafrenière completed his LL.L. – Civil Law at the University of Ottawa and acquired professional experience while working for a Notary Firm in Gatineau and later as a Summer Intern with Farm Credit Canada.
Mr. Lafrenière’s bijural education has allowed him to develop a broader and more global understanding of the law. Since being called to the bar, Mr. Lafrenière focuses his practice primarily in corporate and commercial law, agricultural law, real estate law, estate law and estate planning (wills, powers of attorney, trusts) as well as in debt recovery and mortgage enforcement.
Mr. Lafrenière is active in the community as a member of le Regroupement des gens d’affaires de la Capitale Nationale and l’Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario. Mr. Lafrenière also volunteers as a Director for the Forget for a Moment Foundation. In his spare time, Mr. Lafrenière is an avid golfer and sports enthusiast. When he is not working, Mr. Lafrenière enjoys acquiring knowledge in securities, wealth management and finance.
2012 – Admitted to the Bar of Ontario
Community involvementDirector, Forget for a Moment Foundation
Pierre R. Lamoureux
Matthew J. Ebbs
Matt is fluently bilingual and practices in the areas of Real Estate, Wills and Estates, Business Law and Sports. Matt attended St.- Michael's College (U of T.) from 1984 to 1987, and obtained his honors degree in 1988 from Carleton University in International Relations.
He then graduated from University of Ottawa Law School in 1991 and was called to the Bar in Ontario in 1993. Matthew also obtained his M.B.A. from Queen's University in 2004. Matthew comes from a long line of local lawyers. His grandfather, John P. Ebbs, who played for the 1906 Ottawa Senators, practiced law in Ottawa until 1965. His father, John B. Ebbs, was a prominent lawyer in the local community for 60 years until his passing in 2014.
Matthew is also an associate with the firm of 4Sports & Entertainment Inc. Matt is a certified NHLPA Agent and family advisor who advises hockey players and athletes worldwide.
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