Managing Partner at Woods and an experienced litigator, Caroline Biron has represented clients before the Supreme Court of Canada, all Québec and federal tribunals, as well as regulatory bodies and administrative tribunals. A counsel of outstanding depth and experience, she has led successfully complex proceedings from inception through trial. She focuses on commercial and corporate litigation involving M&A transactions, contracts, investments, civil fraud cases, shareholder disputes, employment issues, and class actions. She has considerable experience in matters of professional liability (including directors’ and officers’ liability) and litigation involving financial institutions, injunctions, and defamation. A skilled advocate, she is recognized for her strategic mind, her professional ethics, and her commitment as mentor. Caroline has garnered many distinctions over the years: Lexpert®, Benchmark Canada—Litigation Star and Top 50 Women in Litigation and The Best Lawyers in Canada. In 2017, she obtained a certificate from Laval University in corporate governance and is a member of the executive committee of the ICD (Québec Chapter). She sits on the Board of Directors of the Fondation du TNM (which she presides) and until June 2019 that of the National Bank Trust Inc.