Noah Boudreau is an associate practicing in the Litigation Group. His practice covers various fields, including class actions, consumer protection law, product liability, transportation law and commercial law.
Noah regularly works with manufacturers, importers and distributors of industrial, medical and consumer products defending them against individual and class actions in relation to allegedly defective products and/or alleged violations of consumer protection legislation. He also advises them on regulatory requirements of various products, risk management issues and helps manage all aspects of product recalls in cooperation with their various stakeholders and the relevant governmental agencies.
Noah also has significant experience in and knowledge of the e-commerce industry and the evolving legislation governing online market places and its important stakeholders. From reviewing general terms and conditions and defending them in Court, to meetings with Quebec’s Consumer Protection Office, Noah helps companies navigate the online legal landscape to build successful strategies for development.
Noah regularly defends clients in class actions in the following areas:
- Consumer protection law (false or deceptive advertising, pricing, warranties and other issues);
- Product liability (drugs, medical devices, automotive and other industrial and consumer products);
- Securities law;
- Railway law.
Noah is co-head of the student program, as well as a member of the committee responsible for recruiting students at Fasken Martineau’s Montreal office.
Noah is also an active member of the Defense Research Institute (DRI) and sits as a member on the International Steering Committee, where he acts as Web Page Co-Chair and Vice Chair - North America.
Prior to joining Fasken Martineau, Noah received a double major in journalism and political science from Concordia University and a double bachelor's degree in civil law and common law from McGill University.