Kayrouz Abou Malhab

Kayrouz <br />Abou Malhab

Abou Malhab


Mr. Kayrouz Abou Malhab joined the firm in 2022 as an attorney. Always looking for challenges, he has a diversified profile regarding his preferred fields of law.

Following his successful completion of the Bar exam in 2019, Mr. Abou Malhab completed his internship at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. He then decided to complete his Master of Laws at the University of Montreal with a focus on International Business Law. It was through his master’s thesis that he developed a keen interest in class actions.

Since his arrival at the firm, Mr. Abou Malhab has developed an additional interest in civil litigation, cooperative law, securities law and has deepened his knowledge of class actions.

  • Year of admission to the Bar: 2019
  • Graduated from University of Montreal: L.L.B.
  • Graduated from University of Montreal: L.L.M Law – International Business Law

Class Actions

Short-term car rentals to young drivers (16 to 24 years old)

In the short-term car rental industry, it is common practice to discriminate against drivers aged 16 to 24 years (hereinafter "young drivers"). Such discrimination against young drivers could be in the form of: (1) charging additional fees, (2) the refusal to lease them certain vehicle models and (3) the outright refusal to lease them any model of vehicle;

Completed Class Actions

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