686 Grande-Allée Est, 2nd Floor,
Province Of Québec,
?Founded in Québec City in 2006, the law firm Sarailis Avocats offers a sound expertise in business law, intellectual property and commercial litigation both on the national and international level.
Our law firm’s services are mainly aimed at businessmen, companies and corporations. We focus on a long term partnership with our clients: our philosophy is to maintain, to accompany and to stimulate the growth and developpement of the business projects & companies. Our continuous attention is focused on the true needs of the businessmen and company managers as well as on their growing needs within the global markets.
Whether our clients require our services for their transactions, the protection of their assets, tangibles or intangibles, or an intervention in order to obtain recognition and respect of their rights, our team of qualified lawyers will be able to intervene promptly, efficiently and professionally.
Moreover, our law firm is the Canadian member of the law group Avrio Advocati, a group of law firms located throughout the world and working to develop business law and commercial transactions. Thanks to these privileged relations and strategic international alliance, our team is able to support our clients in their booming business activities on the national and international level.
LAWYER & FOUNDER
Member of Quebec bar since 2005, Mr Sarailis graduated at the Université Laval’s Faculty of Law in 2004. He is also trained in business administration and political sciences and he is completing a Master degree in Business Law (LL.M).
Founding partner of Sarailis Avocats founded in 2006, Mr Saraïlis’ main expertise fields are business law and commercial litigation. Moreover, being a trade-mark agent, he also practices intellectual property law.
His experience and knowledge acquired through past activities allow Mr Saraïlis to accompany and advise business managers and owners.
Mr Saraïlis was the author of « Doing business in Canada », an article on corporate aspects specific to Canada that was published in Europe and Asia in a textbook treating international investment.
Mr Saraïlis also teaches a course on the legal aspects of the international commerce at the Bart College (Quebec City, Canada).
Mr Saraïlis is a member of the Quebec city young chamber of commerce. Moreover, he is also member of the Canadian Bar Association in which he acts as a member of the executive commity of the business law section.
Mr Saraïlis holds the Canadian and Greek citizenship and fluently speaks French and English and knows some modern Greek.