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Lavery, de Billy - Barristers and Solicitors, (Our Lawyers)
Gilles Marchand Direct Line: (514) 877-3001Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
...Gilles Marchand joined Lavery, de Billy as a partner on June 1, 2004.He is a member of the Québec Bar, the Canadian Bar Association and the International Bar Association.Before joining Lavery, de Billy, he worked for Hydro-Québec from 1973 to 2004.He was general counsel at Hydro-Québec from 1993 to 2004.Mr. Marchand
before various bodies for the purpose of obtaining authorizations required in the energy sector.In this capacity, he
pleaded before several administrative tribunals and, in particular, the National Energy Board
in connection with the construction of international power lines.He
also acted before the Bureau
des audiences publiques du Québec when major projects of Hydro-Québec
were being studied.In addition, he
participated in the arbitration between Hydro-Québec
and in the State of Vermont regarding a major dispute worth $1 billion.Mr. Marchand
also participated in the negotiation of major agreements with the various aboriginal communities of Québec, including the Grand Council of the Crees of Québec
Furthermore, Mr. Marchand
has worked on the drafting of various commercial agreements involving the future operation of water power sites.Mr. Marchand
is part of Lavery, de Billy's administrative, environmental and natural resources team, and brings to that team broad experience acquired throughout his
career with Hydro-Québec
Globe and Mail: Appointments
Gilles Marchand, Partner, Montr
From The Globe and MailLavery, de Billy, L.L.P., is pleased to announce that Gilles Marchand has joined its Montréal office.Gilles Marchand was the General Counsel of Hydro-Québec for 11 years prior to joining the firm.
was responsible for all legal matters including litigation, utility agreements, rates, administrative law, environmental law and energy law.He
was responsible for regulatory matters before the Régie de l'énergie and the National Energy Board
supervised a staff of 30 lawyers and was responsible for hydro electric licensing and construction permit involving transmission lines.
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