Stéphane Duval > McCarthy Tétrault > Montreal, Canada > Lawyer Profile

McCarthy Tétrault
1000 De La Gauchetière Street West
Suite 2500
Montréal QC H3B 0A2
Canada

Work Department

Immigration

Position

Leader of the National Immigration Law Practice. He possess a sound expertise in various aspects of immigration law, specifically relating to corporate immigration and global mobility of foreign workers. He provides multinational corporations, executives and specialized foreign workers with high-end service and creative solutions. He provides a wide range of legal advice, including developing and advising on strategic international mobility issues, corporate restructurings, mergers and acquisitions, legal compliance with immigration rules, and filling labour shortages. Stephane has been recognized for his 20+ years of innovative, creative and responsive services adapted to the very specific needs of his clients. He is regularly asked to lecture or act as moderator at various conferences on immigration law. Frequently interviewed by journalists on immigration issues. Previously acted as a Canadian Immigration and Customs Officer. He is leading and developing the firm’s expansion of it’s corporate immigration practice.

Career

Québec Bar, 1997.

Memberships

Past Chair, Canadian Bar Association, Immigration Law Section; Past-President of the Québec Division.

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Business immigration

(Leading individuals)

Stéphane Duval – McCarthy Tétrault

With multiple offices across Canada, the team at McCarthy Tétrault assists clients on varying immigration issues across many sectors such as banking, automobiles, infrastructure, retail, agriculture and power generation. Stéphane Duval heads the practice and focuses on the handling of visas, work permits, permanent residences and labour market impact assessments. Julie Resetarits has over 20 years’ worth of experience in immigration law, with specific focus on professional mobility, work permits and global immigration. The team has grown with the arrival of Thomas Courvoisier Daoust in August 2021 and Angélique Adam in January 2022.