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Nicola Di Iorio given the Advocatus Emeritus distinction by the Quebec Bar

Montreal, August 11, 2017 – Langlois lawyers, LLP congratulates Nicola Di Iorio, a partner of the firm and co-head of its labour and employment law group, for receiving the Advocatus Emeritus distinction from the Quebec Bar. This distinction is an acknowledgement by the Bar of his leadership and remarkable accomplishments in the area of labour and employment law.

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Canada’s Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers 2017

Jean-François Gagnon among the 25 most influential lawyers in Canada
Jean-François Gagnon has just been recognized as one of the 25 most influential lawyers in Canada in 2017 by Canadian Lawyer magazine in its special edition, Canada’s Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers. Following a vote, he was recognized for his achievements in the Corporate-Commercial category.

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Sean Griffin organizes a symposium on recent developments in securities litigation

Members of the Quebec legal community will soon have the opportunity to get abreast of the latest developments in securities litigation at a symposium organized by Sean Griffin to be held in Montreal on December 1st, 2017, in collaboration with the continuing professional development service of the Quebec Bar. Presentations will be made by seasoned practitioners from Quebec, Ontario and New York.

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Benchmark Litigation’s Under 40 Hot List 2017-2018

Two Partners at Langlois lawyers on Benchmark Litigation’s Under 40 Hot List
On August 1, 2017, Benchmark Canada published the 2017-2018 Benchmark Litigation’s Under 40 Hot List, in which Gabrielle Brochu and Jean-Philippe Beaudry, both partners at Langlois lawyers, are recognized as among Canada’s most accomplished legal partners of the age of forty or under younger.

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Pierre-Luc Desgagné interviewed on Radio-Canada on the potential repercussions of the Comeau decision

Pierre-Luc Desgagné, a partner in the business law group at Langlois lawyers, was interviewed recently on the Ici Radio-Canada program Format libre, during which he discussed the potential impacts of the Supreme Court of Canada’s pending decision in the Comeau case on interprovincial trade, over and above the mere importation of alcohol, which is the focus of that case.

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