Jonathan Lacoste-Jobin is a member of the Litigation group and practises primarily in the areas of insurance law, professional liability, and commercial litigation.
Mr. Lacoste-Jobin earned a combined common law/civil law degree from McGill University in 2005 and is a member of the Barreau du Québec since 2006. He is partner in the litigation sector since 2016. Mr. Lacoste-Jobin participates in conferences and training sessions dealing with insurance law, such as those offered by the Institut d’assurance de dommages du Québec.
For the past six years, Mr. Lacoste-Jobin has delivered the Jean Bélanger lecture, a review of developments in insurance law over the previous year, to the Canadian Bar Association and the Canadian Insurance Claims Manager Association. He also lectured at Université du Québec à Montréal as part of the Pierre-Basile-Mignault moot court competition.
Mr. Lacoste-Jobin contributes to various insurance publications including “Développements récents en droit des assurances” and JurisClasseur Québec, published by LexisNexis (insurance and consumer law). He also contributes to various legal journals such as the Quebec Digest of Insurance Law published by the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages du Québec (ChadPresse).
Together with Mr. Bernard Larocque, he recently represented Pro Bono Québec before the Supreme Court of Canada in Réjean Hinse v. the Attorney General of Canada.