You are an entrepreneur and a shareholder of a start-up corporation that you and your partners have created. You would like to have access to the minutes of meetings of the corporation’s board of directors and to the resolutions it has adopted, but you are not a member of the board.
Langlois lawyers is pleased to announce that Kateri Vincent has joined the firm as a member of its business law group. She will be practising out of the firm’s Quebec City office as well as its new office located in the community of Wendake.
The Honourable Louis LeBel is paid homage by the legal community in the latest edition of the Canadian Bar Review (Volume 94, no. 3).
The members of the Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie Française au Canada (CCIFC) can now rely once again on the extensive experience of William D. Hart as the organization’s new president.
Jean-Benoît Pouliot, a lawyer at Langlois, recently raised this question before the Administrative Tribunal of Québec (the “ATQ”). In the matter in question1, the ATQ had to decide on the validity of a notice of claim for the direct and indirect costs associated with the issuance of an order to restore premises to their former state2. The notice of claim had been signed by the assistant general director of financial and material resources at the Ministry of Sustainable Development, the Environment and the Fight against Climate Change.
Langlois lawyers is pleased to announce that two talented new lawyers have joined the firm in its Quebec City office.