Marie-Pier Nadeau



Marie-Pier Nadeau

Marie-Pier Nadeau is a partner in the Subrogation & Recovery Practice Group at WeirFoulds LLP. Marie-Pier has a thorough understanding of the insurance industry and regularly provides her clients with clear and practical advice.

Marie-Pier has litigated cases throughout Canada, and has appeared on behalf of her clients before the Ontario, Alberta and Quebec Court of Appeal. She had handled several trials, pre-trials, mediations and judicial settlement conferences during her career.

Marie-Pier has a science background that offers a unique perspective to her practice. She is dedicated to advocacy and earned her civil law degree from Laval University in 2006 with distinction.

Previous to joining WeirFoulds, Marie-Pier practiced at a national full-service firm in the Toronto office, and as an insurance litigation counsel with a Quebec firm for almost four years, where she gained extensive litigation experience.

  • Kinectrics Inc. v. FCL Fisker Customs & Logistics Inc., 2021 ONSC 1999. The Court recognized that different limitation periods can apply to different causes of action, such that a negligence claim can be advanced in relation to a cargo loss, in which case the discoverability principle may apply.
  • ISH Energy Ltd v Weber Contract Services Inc, 2021 ABCA 281
  • Oakville (Town) v. Sullivan, 2021 ONCA 1
  • Kinectrics Inc. v. FCL Fisker Customs & Logistics Inc., 2021 ONSC 1999
  • Des Groseillers c. Syndicat des copropriétaires des Sommets sur le Fleuve – 1, 2021 QCCS 3327; 2021 QCCS 3339
  • Shorey v. Sesco Design/Build Inc., 2021 ONSC 869
  • Murphy c. Grid Solutions Canada, 2019 QCCS 563
  • Madawaska District Planning Commission v Nadeau Poultry Farm Limited, 2014 CanLII 24179 (NB CA); 2014 NBQB 81
  • Charlevoix-Est (Municipalité régionale de comté de) c. Tremblay, 2010 QCCA 386; 2008 QCCS 1491
  • Promutuel Lévisienne-Orléans, société mutuelle d’assurances générales c. Service de techniciens en électricité du Québec, STEQ inc., 2010 QCCS 1608
  • Gagnon c. Descarreaux, 2009 QCCS 3661
  • Roberge c. Promutuel Lévisienne-Orléans, société mutuelle d’assurances générales, 2007 QCCS 5649
Called to the Bar
  • Ontario, 2011
  • Quebec, 2007

  • LL.B., Dalhousie University, 2011
  • LL.B., Laval University, 2006
  • English
  • French

Speaking Engagements

Speaker, "The In-House Counsel’s Dual Role: Solicitor-Client Privilege", 2021 In-House Counsel Update: Continuing Challenges in a Changing World, WeirFoulds, May 4, 2021

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