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Dominic Boisvert

Dominic Boisvert



  • Aviation Law
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Damage Insurance
  • Aviation and Aerospace

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Lavery Lawyers
Quebec, Canada



Dominic is a member of the firm?s Litigation Group. His practice is primarily focused on insurance law and civil liability. Since his call to the Barreau du Québec, he has developed his expertise in several specialized areas, particularly insurance coverage dispute and the distribution of financial products and services.

He regularly advises Canadian and foreign corporations, including entrepreneurs, manufacturers, insurers and transport companies, and represents them before the courts. He is accustomed to managing complex files and favours a innovative and professional approach to serving his clients' interests and finding practical solutions to their problems.

Dominic frequently publishes articles on topical legal topics, particularly regarding changes in the insurers? coverage obligations, and occasionally gives accredited training courses on various topics of interests.

In addition to a stint with an international law firm, Dominic previously acted as legal counsel for an important association of healthcare establishments, where he worked with several insurance programs and managed the claims and litigation relating to professional liability. 


  • LL.B., Université de Montréal, 2011
  • Introduction to Chinese Law Certificate, China University of Political Science and Law (Beijing), 2010

Areas of Practice

Aviation and Aerospace | Aviation Law | Commercial Litigation | Damage Insurance | Financial Products and Services | Insurance | Product Liability | Professional Liability | Special Risk Insurance

Professional Career

Professional Associations

Canadian Bar Association
Young Bar Association of Montreal
Jeune Chambre de commerce de Montréal


Increased Risk: The Importance of Questions to Policyholders
Lavery Lawyers, June 2018

Earlier this year, Marcelin Fortier (hereinafter the “applicant”) sued his insurer in a case. The Superior Court rendered a decision1  whereby it reiterates the principles applicable to the notion of increased risk in insurance. The case also insisted on the importance of the questions asked by insurers at the time an insurance contract is purchased.  On 8 January 2015, the applicant’s home was seriously damaged by fire...

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