Fanny Albrecht

LCM Attorneys inc.
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LCM Attorneys inc.
Montreal, QC
Work: (514)-375-2668

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Bar admissions

Quebec Bar, 2014
Paris Bar, 2013


I am an associate with LCM Attorneys inc. in Montreal, Canada.

I act in cases involving allegations of fraud and complex disputes related to corporate criminal law as well as in a wide variety of civil and commercial litigation matters primarily with Canadian, American and European clients.

I have also developed an expertise in anti-corruption and anti-money laundering policies and compliance.

Before joining LCM Attorneys inc. in September 2020, I worked in a leading Canadian firm in Montreal (Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP) as an associate (2015-2020). I have started my career in Paris working as an associate for a large international law firm (Hogan Lovells LLP). I also worked as a trainee in law firms in London (WilmerHale) and Shanghai (HHP Attorneys at law).

Current representative mandates

Defense before the Quebec Court, penal division, of an individual sued by the Autorité des marchés financiers of Quebec (AMF) in connection with alleged breaches of the Securities Act.

Acting for a portfolio manager in the context of an investigation conducted by the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) in connection with allegations of non-compliance with the Securities Act (insider trading)

Acted for a client in connection with an insider trading investigation.

Advising a reporting entity on its anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing obligations (under the Criminal Code and the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act) and its relationship with the FINTRAC (Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada).

Acting for a corporation before the Superior Court in the context of a fraud in connection with investments made on the Forex market.

Acting for an international company in a significant class action instituted in Montreal for alleged dissemination of images and videos without consent on pornographic websites. In this class action, the plaintiff claims damages of $600 million, including punitive damages.

Acting for a law firm in the context of proceedings relating to a cyber fraud.

Acted for a company in connection with allegations of corruption.

Elaborated anti-corruption and anti-money laundering policies.

Practice Areas

  • Anti-Corruption
  • Complex Commercial Litigation
  • Insider Trading
  • Internal Investigations
  • White Collar Crime