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The Business Development Team at Langlois lawyers Keeps Growing

29 September 2016

Langlois lawyers has successfully recruited Olivier Dufrêne, a marketing and business development specialist, who will be a significant addition to the team already in place. He will be assisting the firm in deploying its expansion and promotional strategies.

An Ace Litigator Joins Langlois lawyers

28 September 2016

With the recruitment of Sean Griffin, Langlois lawyers has gained a skillfull litigator whose practice centers on banking and securities litigation, class actions, and regulatory and internal investigations. His arrival has allowed the firm to expand its services offering and better serve its clientele in those burgeoning practice areas.

The Best Lawyers® in Canada 2017

10 August 2016

Best Lawyers® today released the 2017 edition of its listing of the best lawyers in Canada. Langlois lawyers is pleased to announce that 20 of its professionals are included on the list. Moreover, two of them have been named “Lawyer of the Year”. The firm congratulates all the members of its team who have distinguished themselves by their inclusion in this prestigious listing.

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Labour Law Seminar 2016

09 February 2016 - Québec 16 February 2016 - Montréal

This seminar is only available in French.

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Suspension of Arbitration Hearing Pending a Court Decision on the Constitutionality of Bill 15: Two Contradictory Decisions

09 September 2016

Following the publication of our last article, entitled “Quebec’s Bid to Reform Municipal Pension Plans Will Have to Wait for the Superior Court to Determine the Validity of Bill 15”, which concerned the decision rendered by arbitrator Claude Martin in the matter of Ville de Montréal v. Fraternité des policiers et policières de Montréal, a second interlocutory decision in a similar case was rendered barely one month later in the matter of Ville de Montréal v. Syndicat des professionnelles et professionnels municipaux de Montréal.

Unreasonable Delays in Criminal and Penal Matters: the Supreme Court Toughens the Rules!

07 September 2016

On July 8, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada rendered its decision in R. v. Jordan, [2016] SCC 27 (hereinafter, “Jordan”), which discussed issues regarding the right to be tried within a reasonable time in criminal and penal matters. This decision is truly a game changer: before the provincial courts a delay of 18 months or more will now be presumed excessive and could lead to the charges being dismissed.

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