Me Nicolas Archambault founded Juriseo Avocats in 2015 and defines himself primarily as an entrepreneur constantly looking for new professional challenges. In addition to being a partner in the firm, Me Archambault holds several interests in companies working in particular in real estate and information technology.
As part of his practice as a litigator, Me Archambault manages the firm’s crucial files and, more particularly, complex and long-term trials. Me Archambault has thus been called upon to intervene in thorny cases in matters of disputes between shareholders (oppression), co-ownership, construction, pharmaceuticals, technology and computer hacking. Me Archambault also acts as counsel in other Juriseo Avocats cases.
As a result, Me Archambault regularly acts before the courts of Quebec, pleading his cases in an exemplary and pragmatic manner. As part of his practice, he has notably pleaded before the administrative tribunals of Quebec, the Court of Quebec, the Superior Court of Quebec and the Court of Appeal of Quebec in addition to participating in the development of applications for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Through his experience, Me Archambault is recognized for his innovative litigation strategies while using alternative dispute resolution methods whenever the opportunity arises. A skilled negotiator, he is known for listening to his clients and for resolving out-of-court disputes (amicably) that seem to be hopeless.
Me Archambault promotes the integration of advanced technologies to maximize the efficiency of his work. He aims first and foremost to achieve the objectives of his clients by ensuring the quality of his work and taking into account their needs and expectations.
In addition to the above, Me Archambault has several charitable implications, in particular by being actively involved as administrators of various organizations and as a speaker for legal education activities for the Éducaloi organization.
Mr. Archambault is the recipient of the Prix relève d’excellence from the Association des jeunes barreaux de region (AJBR) for the excellence of his legal skills, for his leadership and for acting as a model for his colleagues.
Nicolas is perfectly bilingual. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Law of the University of Montreal and has been a member of the Barreau du Québec since 2015.