Business Law

Business law has been part of the DNA of the law firm Paquette Gadler Inc. since it was founded by partners from major Montreal law firms in 1992. The members of the law firm Paquette Gadler Inc. have always acted in all spheres of business law, both preventively and curatively.

Paquette Gadler Inc. has been and continues to be involved in corporate and commercial law, the purchase and sale of businesses, the negotiation and drafting of commercial agreements of all kinds, including commercial contracts, shareholders’ agreements and other types of agreements relating to the share capital of companies, such as stock subscription or option agreements, stock option or incentive plans, the exercise of or opposition to forced redemption clauses (including shotgun clauses) and so on.

From a curative point of view, our firm has over the years developed in-depth expertise in shareholder law, being involved in a significant number of disputes between major shareholders over the past 30 years. The experience we have acquired in representing our clients, whether minority or majority shareholders, in these numerous cases gives us an unparalleled vision when the time comes to negotiate upstream the different types of agreements between shareholders and other contracts, related, such as executive employment contracts.

Most importantly, Paquette Gadler Inc.’s approach to business law for its business clients is broad and strategic. It is a broad and strategic legal and business vision that aims to ensure that the decisions to be made in the short term take into account the impacts they may have in the longer term for our business clients.

In other words, the “Big Picture” of each situation in which we are called upon to act always remains at the heart of our concerns for each of our clients.

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