Lawyer, Partner - Quebec City
Eric Savard is a litigator who regularly represents financial institutions, trustees-in-bankruptcy and medium-to-large businesses. In addition to court advocacy on their behalf, he also provides his clients with business and strategic advice. He is also a member of the firm’s Board of Directors.
Eric has particular expertise in insolvency and restructuring matters, in respect of which he advises financial institutions, businesses and bankruptcy trustees.
He also specializes in security interests, real estate law and construction law. He has extensive experience in tax litigation and an in-depth knowledge of deemed trusts in favour of the Crown.
LLB, Laval University, 1998
Areas of Practice
Notice of Intention to Make a Proposal and Interim Financing
Represented three related corporations in connection with their financial restructuring. The corporations were all SMBs with liquidity problems who sought to make a proposal to their creditors.
Litigation – Seizure in Revendication
Urgent court proceeding on behalf of an unpaid vendor who no longer had access to the goods sold, in order to obtain an order of seizure-in-revendication allowing the seller to retake the goods wherever they may be.
Real Estate Transaction: Financing and Acquisition of a Real Estate Management Corporation
Langlois acted for a real estate investor in connection with the acquisition of a corporation that owned a portfolio of more than 50 rental housing units. First, Langlois advised the investor in putting in place the necessary financing for the acquisition, and then assisted him with the negotiation and closing of the purchase of all the issued and outstanding shares of the corporation, including the rights under all the leases.
- 2018 – The Supreme Court Unanimously Overturns the Decision of the Federal Court of Appeal in Callidus Capital Corporation v. Canada
- 2018 – Interruption of Prescription When Enforcing Hypothecary Security
- 2014 – Leave Must Be Obtained From the Superior Court Before Issuing a Notice of Assessment After a Bankruptcy