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iA Excellence Life Insurance Company, a member of the iA Group, is seeking an attorney to fill a permanent position on its litigation team.
Reporting to the Vice-President, iA Excellence Legal Services, you will work in collaboration with the department’s attorneys across Canada.
Specifically, you will : - Advise the company and other members of the Group with respect to litigation under your purview -
Represent the Company and other members of the Group in litigation before various judicial bodies - Manage a portion of the file and support outside attorneys in litigation outside Quebec -
Support and assist outside attorneys in major litigation as needed - Advise the Company in respect of the legal aspect of its operations -
Support the Company in developing and reviewing its existing products Do you enjoy working closely with professionals who, like you, are committed to teamwork?
Does your sense of professionalism and service make you a quality person who can represent a major company? We are seeking someone who is disciplined and meets this profile who will do well in a work environment where autonomy is encouraged and who will be involved in exciting and diverse matters.
Apply now and join a dedicated team where initiative is welcomed and hard work to improve processes is encouraged.
Member of the Quebec Bar Association with seven years of litigation experience Strong experience before various judicial bodies Being a member of a bar association in a common-
law province is considered a major asset Bilingual is essential (English and French) (verbal and writing) Knowledge of jurisprudence, legislations and regulations in respect of general insurance and / wealth management Excellent knowledge of the rules governing evidence and civil procedure in Quebec
iA Financial Group is committed to having an equal access employment program and welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and disabled persons.
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