• On January 1, 2016
    Langlois Kronström Desjardins
    becomes Langlois lawyers, LLP.

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    100 experts
    and a total of
    200 employees


Benchmark Litigation 2016

26 April 2016

The prestigious directory of leading litigation lawyers in Canada, Benchmark Litigation – Benchmark Canada, has just published its annual rankings, which include 15 litigators from Langlois lawyers. For the firm, this is a record number of inclusions in this select category.

Langlois Firms Up Its Business Law Team in Quebec City

13 April 2016

Langlois lawyers is pleased to announce that Jean-Sébastien Plante has joined the firm’s Quebec City office as a member of its business law team. With his extensive expertise in the area of commercial transactions, his arrival is of a piece with the firm’s strategy to establish itself as one of the leading transactional law firms in Quebec.

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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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The Intern is dead, long live The Intern!

28 April 2016

This article originally appeared in the April 2016 issue of Canadian Lawyer 4Students magazine.

“Double Espresso To Go, Please!”

That’s been my order at the Humble Lion café across from McGill University every morning for the last six months or so.

CCQ Offences For Failing to File Notices of Hiring Online: Two Employers Acquitted

27 April 2016

This article originally appeared in French in the April 27, 2016 edition of the bulletin “Les experts de la construction” published by the Association patronale des entreprises en construction du Québec.

Since 2013, Quebec’s construction commission, the Commission de la construction du Québec (CCQ), has require employers in the construction industry to use a web-based referral service called the “Carnet référence construction” to fulfill their manpower needs.

Adapting to New Communications Tools in the Workplace

27 April 2016

A study published in 2015 revealed that 44% of the time spent by employees on the internet is for personal reasons, which represents 50 minutes per day per employee. Using the internet and social media is now part of the daily routine of a great many workers, which means that employers are going to have to learn to deal with and adapt to this new reality.

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