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Danielle Ferron, Ad. E., is a senior litigation partner at the Montréal office of Langlois lawyers.
Danielle practises in the area of civil and commercial litigation. She has wide-ranging experience in a variety of matters in this area, including complex commercial and banking disputes, class actions, fraud, cybercrimes, piracy and other intellectual property matters, and injunctions, seizures and other urgent and extraordinary remedies, such as Anton Piller orders (civil search), Mareva injunctions (asset freezing) and Norwich orders. She is also regularly called upon to act as an independent supervising lawyer for Anton Piller Order cases as well as amicus curiae, among other reasons for the purpose of protecting documents covered under professional privilege and seized in the context of civil, penal or criminal cases. She also has expertise in insolvency and restructuring, insurance law and technology law. Since the fall of 2018, she has been retained by the Continuing Education Faculty of Université de Montréal, to teach the class on “The law of Civil Investigation”.
Danielle is a co-author, together with Mathieu Piché-Messier and the Honourable Lawrence A. Poitras, former Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Quebec, of the legal treatise entitled “L’injonction et les ordonnances Anton Piller, Mareva et Norwich”, published in 2009.
In 2014, she was selected by the prestigious association International Women Forum (IWF) as one of the 35 “2014-2015 fellows” of its Leadership Foundation.
Last updated: Feb 2019