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Me Jean-Félix Teasdale has been practicing law in Montreal since 2018. He specializes in real estate law, business law and transactional law. Me Teasdale is known for his availability, his positive outlook in all things and his qualities as a unifier and team player. He knows how to work under pressure and within tight deadlines. Concerned about the future and his roots, he is part of the team responsible for organizing the firm's university activities at Université de Montréal.
In order to keep abreast of the reality and the transformations to which his real estate clients must adapt, he actively participates in the events of the Institut de développement urbain of Quebec (IDU). He also writes articles for the general public, such as “Encroachment on the neighbouring property: should it be demolished?” (Espace Montréal, volume 28, no. 1), which he co-authored with Me René Gauthier.
Among his many files, two types of representative mandates stand out, namely the establishment of financings, mainly in residential real estate law and commercial law on behalf of financial institutions and private lenders, and real estate acquisitions on behalf of developers, promoters and investors.
In his spare time, Me Teasdale keeps in shape by running and participating in marathons. He enjoys fine dining, discovering trendy restaurants and traveling.
Assistant: Diane Proulx
- Business law
- Real estate law
- Transactional law
- Bachelor’s degree in Law, Université de Montréal (2017)
- Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, HEC Montréal (2014)
- Cain Lamarre (2018 to date)
Lecturing, conferences, publications
- Encroachment on the neighbors; do we demolish? - Co-author with Me René Gauthier of an article in the magazine Espace Montréal, volume 28, no 1
Associations, committees, boards
- Trade and International Affairs Committee