LCM Attorneys Inc. is one of Montréal’s leading litigation boutiques. Founded in 2014 by a group of partners from one of Canada’s premier national firms, our firm now boasts over 25 lawyers renowned for their expertise and creativity in crafting winning strategies.
From multinational corporations and financial institutions to professionals and entrepreneurs, we represent clients of all sizes in a wide array of matters, including class actions, securities law, commercial litigation and shareholders’ disputes, professional liability, construction law, public law, arbitration and international matters. Our in-depth expertise, savvy and hands-on approach allows us to help our clients reach their objectives, ensure success before the courts and find practical solutions to the most challenging legal issues.
At LCM Attorneys, we believe it is fundamentally important to understand our clients’ specific needs. By getting to know our clients, their business and the challenges they face, we can offer customized solutions that are practical and innovative.
Our lawyers have earned the highest awards and are recognized by their peers for their expertise and the quality of their services. Members of our team have been inducted as Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL) and the International Academy of Trial Lawyers (IATL), received the prestigious designation of Advocatus Emeritus (lawyer emeritus) by the Bar of Québec, are consistently ranked among the best lawyers in their fields by Lexpert®, Benchmark Canada and Best Lawyers in Canada, and are recognized as AV Preeminent by Martindell-Hubbell’s attorneys peer reviews and ratings.
Adding to our bench strength, we can also count on the wisdom and counsel of the Honourable Joel A. Silcoff, who joined the firm after retiring from the Superior Court of Québec and now regularly acts as arbitrator and mediator. As a member of the Court’s Commercial Division, which he contributed to establish, Justice Silcoff rendered several landmark decisions in the areas of shareholders’ rights, corporate reorganizations, contractual interpretation and international arbitration