Béatrice d’Anjou is a Lawyer in our Insurance Law Group, and her practice focuses on civil law, professional liability, and insurance law. She regularly pleads contested motions, and drafts procedures, written arguments and legal opinions.
Before beginning her law career, Béatrice studied public relations and worked for several private PR agencies. This experience allowed her to acquire valuable communication, writing and persuasion skills. Having always worked in demanding and competitive fields, she has learned to demonstrate rigour, initiative, and autonomy in every project she undertakes.
Béatrice has been with the firm since 2017, first as a summer student, then an articling student. She joined our Insurance Law Group upon her call to the Bar in August 2019.
9 May 2022
On March 2, 2022, the Hon. Lukasz Granosik of the Superior Court dismissed a subrogation claim by Sécurité Nationale compagnie d’assurance based on the absence of legal and conventional subrogation: Sécurité Nationale compagnie d’assurance c. Bel Bro inc., 2022 QCCS 723. The Context The plaintiff, Sécurité Nationale, an insurer, was suing a general contractor for […]
7 April 2022
On March 10, 2022, the Honourable Bernard Jolin of the Superior Court rendered a judgment dismissing three Wellington applications filed by Hydro-Québec against Lloyd’s Underwriters [Lloyd’s]: Perrotta c. Hydro-Québec, 2022 QCCS 1125. Context and Hydro-Québec’s Arguments In 2014, Hydro-Québec had retained the services of Transelec Common inc. [TCI] as a general contractor to perform certain […]