Gabriel Faure is an associate in our Bankruptcy and Restructuring and Litigation Groups in Montréal. His practice focuses on bankruptcy, insolvency, restructuring, commercial litigation, and banking litigation.
Gabriel has been called to the Québec bar in 2014, and 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 from Université de Montréal in 2015, 2012 and 2010 respectively. His master’s thesis on the oppression remedy has been rated “excellent”. He regularly publishes legal articles, in particular about insolvency and corporate law.
Gabriel is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Turnaround Management Association and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ Young Philanthropists’ Circle. He volunteers as a director of the organization Projections libérantes and is Gouverneur de la relève of the Fondation du Barreau du Québec.
- “Preplan Sales under Section 65.13 BIA and Section 36 CCAA” (2017) 59 Can Bus LJ 332
- “The Reasonable Expectations of Creditors under the Oppression Remedy: Preserving Coherence” (2016) 57 Can Bus LJ 314
- “La responsabilité civile des administrateurs en matière fiscale : une étude empirique” (2015) 45 Ottawa LR 441 (“The Liability of Directors for Source Deductions: A Study of the of the Due Diligence Defence in Tax Matters”)
- “La convocation de témoins extraprovinciaux : vers une meilleure harmonisation avec le reste du Canada?” (2015) 74 R du B 73 (“Summoning Extraprovincial Witnesses: Towards Harmonization with the Rest of Canada?”)