Lawyer Profile Detail
AREA OF EXPERTISE
Isabelle Nazon is an associate in our Business Law Group in Montréal. Her practice is focused on corporate and securities law, more specifically corporate and project financing, corporate governance, and mergers and acquisitions of public and private corporations.
Ms. Nazon has been involved, among others, in the following mandates carried out by McCarthy Tétrault:
- member of a team representing a pharmaceutical company in connection with a share acquisition;
- member of a team representing a major mining company in negotiating a mining agreement;
- member of a team representing an automobile company in connection with the purchase of assets;
- member of a team representing an energy company in connection with a private offering.
During her law studies, Ms. Nazon gained experience in business law through her participation in Law without Walls, a legal innovation contest organized by the University of Miami. She also acted as the Treasurer of the law students association of Université de Montréal. Ms. Nazon articled at the Quebec Court of Appeal, as a law clerk to the Honourable Marie-St-Pierre.
Ms. Nazon obtained a Bachelor of Laws degree (with distinction) from the Faculty of Law of Université de Montréal in 2014 (LLB) and was awarded several merit scholarships for both her academic excellence and her influence within the community. She holds a certificate in Chinese law studies, which she obtained after completing a summer program at China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing in May 2012. She also obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration (with distinction) from the HEC Montréal in 2010 (BAA), as part of which she studied at Universidad de Grenada in Spain.
Ms. Nazon was called to the Quebec Bar in 2015.
Transactions & Cases
Novacap acquires Joseph Ribkoff
Intact Financial Corporation completes C$150M Preferred Share Offering
Intact Financial Corporation completes C$754M Subscription Receipt Offering comprised of C$414M Bought Deal and C$340M Private Placement
BCE announces agreement to acquire Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS) for C$3.9B
CDPQ acquires 30% of Bombardier Transportation Holdco for US$1.5B