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Olivier Chouc is a highly accomplished professional with a strong background in law. He has held various leadership positions, including Vice-President of Law at CN in Canada. With a degree from the Faculty of Law of Universite Laval and admitted to the Quebec Bar, Chouc has played a crucial role in the success of Abitibi-Consolidated. He has also served as an in-house counsel at Ogilvy Renault, supporting procurement management and the company's real estate portfolio. Chouc's expertise extends to transactional work, including major transactions, leading to the sale of Donohue Inc. and the sale of Donohue Inc. He is actively involved in charitable organizations
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Olivier Chouc was appointed Vice-President, Law in January 2011. He graduated from the Faculty of Law of Université Laval in 1990 and was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 1991. He left private practice in 1998 after seven years at Ogilvy Renault, to join Abitibi-Consolidated (Donohue Inc.) as in-house counsel, where he was responsible for supporting procurement management as well as the company's real estate, litigation and intellectual property portfolio. He was also entrusted with transactional work, including with some aspect of the major transaction leading to the sale of Donohue Inc. to Abitibi-Consolidated. In 2000, he joined the CN Law Department in a counsel capacity to support real estate, supply management, as well as transactional work. He then moved to a senior counsel position with increased responsibilities in the area of mergers and acquisitions and was eventually responsible for the management of the mergers and acquisition group. In 2006, he was named Assistant Vice-President, General Counsel and Managing Partner. In 2005, he was named Canada's Top 40 under 40 In-House Counsel by the National Post. Mr. Chouc is involved with charitable organizations, namely the Fondation Marie-Vincent, The Ted Nolan Foundation and the Fondation Enfants-Retour. He is currently the Chairman of the CN Employees' and Pensioners' Community Fund after ending a two year mandate as co-president....See More