About Levy Tsotsis

Levy Tsotsis is a boutique law firm located in the heart of Montreal’s downtown that specializes in civil litigation.

Our goal is to be the firm of choice for clients, with respect to their most challenging legal issues and most critical disputes.

We represent clients in trials and appellate courts before administrative tribunals, Labour Relations Board and Arbitration Board. Our firm has extensive experience representing employees as well as employers in employment litigation.

We offer our clients skillful representation in employment, commercial and insurance litigation and flexibility to handle cases in other areas of law ranging from disciplinary law, administrative law or family law.

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Our Expertise

Our litigation department specializes in a broad range of litigation in a wide variety of matters, such as:

Civil & Commercial Litigation

  • Contract disputes

  • Injunction proceedings

  • Real estate litigation

  • Shareholder & partnership disputes

  • Professional negligence claims

  • Commercial landlord & tenant litigation


  • Divorce, separation pro ceedings

  • Drafting of marriage con tracts, separation agree ments

  • Evaluation & division of family patrimony

  • Drafting of agreements on corollary relief to divorce and legal separation

  • Modification of accessory measures (alimony, custody, child support)

  • Child custody and child support as well as spousal support.

Employement & Labour

  • Discipline and termination of employment

  • Breach of contract / Employment contracts Non-disclosure, non-solicita tion and non-competition agreements

  • Wrongful Dismissal

  • Arbitration / Judicial Review

  • Fraud / misappropriation

Estate Litigation

  • Proceedings to set aside wills; replace liquidators or trustees; amend trust deeds; terminate trusts; for the passing of accounts; and declaratory judgments

  • Institution of regime of pro tective supervision for per sons of minor or full age (tutorship, curatorship, adviser)

  • Estate administrations (during litigation or other wise); Removals and substi tutions of trustees;