Eugénie Lefebvre is a partner within the business law group at Langlois Lawyers in Montréal. Her practice mainly focuses on banking law, bankruptcy, insolvency, as well as financial restructuring.
Eugénie has expertise in fraud and litigation with respect to bills of exchange and misappropriation of funds. She has also been involved in various cases involving personal data protection and privacy in the banking sector.
Eugénie previously held a role as a senior associate at a national firm before she joined the legal department of a major Canadian bank as legal counsel.
Bachelor of Laws, LL.B., Université de Montréal, 2012
Bachelor in Communication and Political Science, Université de Montréal, 2008
Areas of Practice
Advising financial institutions, secured and unsecured creditors, receivers, trustees and monitors in the context of the realization of security interests, insolvency matters and recovery of assets.
Representing insolvent debtor companies that are under the protection of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act or the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act.
Representing financial institutions before the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal in matters regarding the protection of personal information and privacy issues.
Representing various clients before all courts in Quebec.
2015 – “Commentaire sur la décision de l’Honorable Martin Castonguay rendue dans l’affaire de l’avis d’intention de Groupe Bikini Village inc.” (Case comment on the decision of the Honorable Martin Castonguay with respect to the notice of intent from Groupe Bikini Village inc.), Canadian Bar Association, 2015.
2015 – “Bilan jurisprudentiel en matière de faillite personnelle 2014” (Caselaw review in the context of personal bankruptcy 2014), 70th convention of the Young Bar of Montreal Association.
Member, Young Bar of Montreal
Member, Canadian Bar Association (CBA), Insolvency Law Section
Member, Turnaround Management Association (TMA)
Member, Association of Quebec Women in Finance (AFFQ)