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Law School

Université de Montréal

Bar Admission

Québec, 2014

Thanks to his practical and creative approach, as well as his strong business acumen, Gabriel is able to help clients navigate the complexities of insolvency.

Gabriel Faure is a partner in our Bankruptcy and Restructuring and Litigation Groups at our Montreal office. His deep understanding of the various aspects of insolvency and his extensive experience in advising debtors, creditors, strategic and financial acquirers of distressed assets, financial institutions and other lenders, monitors, receivers and trustees, enable him to provide timely and sound advice at every stage of an insolvency matter.

As a skilled and thorough jurist, Gabriel has pleaded before the Supreme Court of Canada, the Québec Court of Appeal, all Québec trial courts and the Financial Markets Administrative Tribunal.

Gabriel has been involved in significant insolvency matters, including the following:

  • Portage Capital in CCAA proceedings for certain real estate projects related to Groupe Huot;
  • SNDL, in connection with the acquisition of Zenabis, a producer and wholesaler of cannabis products, during its CCAA proceedings;
  • EY as monitor, in connection with the CCAA proceedings of Aldo, a retailer of shoes and accessories;
  • Groupe Dynamite, a women’s fashion retailer, in its cross-border restructuring under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA);
  • Nemaska Lithium, in its proceedings under the Canada Business Corporations Act and the CCAA;
  • Albioma in its acquisition of La Granaudière pursuant to receivership proceedings;
  • Sayona Québec, in its acquisition of North American Lithium pursuant to proceedings under the CCAA;
  • Raymond Chabot, as monitor with expanded powers in the CCAA proceedings of Aquadis, a faucet products distributor;
  • Coalision (Lolë), in its cross-border restructuring proceedings under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act;
  • Raymond Chabot, as monitor with expanded powers in the CCAA proceedings of La Vue, a group of optometry clinics;
  • Alaris Royalty Corp., as secured creditor and applicant in the CCAA proceedings of SM Group, an engineering firm with 700 employees in Québec;
  • Richter, as monitor in the CCAA restructuring of Taxelco, which operated Téo Taxi and other taxi companies in Montreal;
  • Representatives appointed by the Court for 150 unpaid contractors of Groupe Hexagone, a group of construction companies in Québec;
  • PwC, as receiver and monitor in the context of the receivership and CCAA restructuring proceedings of Groupe Capitales Médias, a media group with six newspapers in Québec and Ontario;
  • Richter, as monitor in the CCAA proceedings of the retailer Beyond the Rack;
  • KPMG, as monitor in the CCAA proceedings of Laura’s Shoppe, a women’s clothing retailer.

Gabriel has authored and co-authored several peer-reviewed articles, mostly on insolvency-related topics:

Gabriel has also given a course on bankruptcy and insolvency law at the Université du Québec à Montréal.

Gabriel is a member of the Executive Committee of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association, Quebec Division, and a member of the Turnaround Management Association. He volunteers as the chairman of the board of directors of the music creation and production company Projections libérantes and he is Gouverneur de la relève of the Fondation du Barreau du Québec.

Gabriel was called to the Québec bar in 2014. He holds a Master’s degree in business law (LLM), a Juris Doctor in North American Common Law (JD) and a Bachelor’s degree in civil law (LLB), which he obtained at the Université de Montréal respectively in 2015, 2012 and 2010. His master’s thesis on the oppression remedy was rated “excellent”.