Elizabeth Latulippe Bresolin

Lawyer
Key practice areas
Insurance and Reinsurance, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Professional Liability, Professional Law, Civil and Commercial Litigation
Québec Bar 2019

Elizabeth Latulippe Bresolin is an insurance lawyer in the Litigation group. She focuses her practice on professional liability in real estate, construction and health matters. Recognized for her soft skills, Elizabeth always has her clients’ needs and interests at heart. Her clients appreciate her ability to listen, availability, and attention to detail in all facets of her work.

Many insurers and institutional clients request her services in connection with civil liability actions. She is called upon to analyze the risks of a claim in a concise, accurate and detailed manner. In addition, she sometimes acts for her clients in subrogatory proceedings. She leverages her creativity to make sound use of judicial resources and advocates alternative dispute resolution methods when required.

Thanks to her bijural and bilingual education, she worked as a legal reviewer at the Competition Tribunal in Ottawa during her law studies, in addition to being a member of three student associations. She has been committed to various causes since her student days, and is currently a member of the Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Young Bar of Montréal, of the Association of Insurance Women and of the Suicide Prevention Centre of Montréal.

She is often called upon to write articles on current legal affairs, and acts as a mentor to the firm’s junior lawyers and articling students. She also sits on several of the firm’s internal committees.

General civil liability and professional liability

  • Represents professionals and trades people in the areas of real estate, construction and health, including real estate brokers, general contractors, construction subcontractors (road works, plumbing, engineering, architecture, etc.), architects and pharmacists.
  • Represents individuals, whether insured or not, in connection with legal actions for latent defects.

Subrogation

  • Represents insurance companies having indemnified their insureds following various losses, including fires and floods.
  • Social Personality Award, University of Ottawa, Civil Law Section, 2016
  • The Advocates’ Society, Member, since 2023
  • Suicide Prevention Centre of Montréal, Member, since 2023
  • Young Bar of Montréal:
    • Member of the Training Committee, since 2023
    • Member, since 2019
  • Montréal Association of Insurance Women (AFAM), Member, since 2021
  • Ottawa Civil Law Student Association, Social Affairs Vice-President, 2016-2017
  • University of Ottawa's Law Enrichment Mini-Courses Program, Secondary School Teacher, 2016-2017
  • Lawyers Without Borders, University of Ottawa, Vice-President of Communications, 2015-2016
  • Environment Law Club, University of Ottawa, Vice-President of Communications, 2015-2016
  • Co-speaker: L'article 2118 C.c.Q. et ses incidences [Article 2118 C.C.Q. and its impact], as part of the annual symposium of the AJBR: Le droit; un long fleuve tranquille?, organized by the Association des jeunes barreaux de région (AJBR), Rivière-du-Loup, June 7, 2024.

J.D., University of Ottawa, 2018

LL.L., Civil Law, University of Ottawa, 2017