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Langlois Chooses Lévis For Its Third Office

31 May 2016

Langlois lawyers enthusiastically announces the opening of its new office in Lévis. The firm’s third place of business, which will be operating as of June 1st, will be a convenient service location for its clients in and around the City of Lévis, and will allow them to seamlessly benefit as well from the expertise of its lawyers in the firm’s Quebec City and Montréal offices.

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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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Court Orders Suspending the Awarding or Performance of a Public Contract: a Risk Worth Considering?

23 June 2016

Often, in the heat of the moment, municipalities and other public bodies acting in good faith must quickly make decisions regarding the awarding of a public contract.

Whether the decision involves the compliance of a bid, the integrity of the contract awarding process, or the outright cancellation of a call for tenders, municipalities and other public bodies generally don’t have the luxury of being able to wait for a court ruling before making such a decision.

Filing Evidence From an Occupational Injury File Into the Record of a Claim for Psychological Harassment: Can It Be Done?

10 June 2016

On October 24, 2012, complainant Dalpé Claes filed a claim with Quebec’s occupational health and safety board, the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (the “CSST”) for an occupational injury of a psychological nature. Her complaint was dismissed by both the CSST and the occupational injuries board, the Commission des lésions professionnelles (the “CLP”, now part of the Administrative Labour Tribunal (the “ALT”)). On January 15, 2013, the complainant filed a complaint for psychological harassment with the labour standards board, the Commission des normes du travail (now the labour standards, employment equity and occupational health and safety board, the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité au travail) which was referred to the labour relations board, the Commission des relations du travail (the “CRT”, which is also now part of the ALT).

Physical and Verbal Aggression on the Part of a Teacher May Result in Dismissal

09 June 2016

A teacher’s conduct must be exemplary and indicative of respect for the rights of others whenever students are present. While this virtually goes without saying, it can be difficult for a school board to determine which instances of misconduct merit major disciplinary sanctions, up to and including dismissal. That was the issue in a recent arbitration case in Quebec1. In his award, the arbitrator Gilles Ferland denied the grievance of the Syndicat de l’enseignement de Champlain (the “Union”) contesting the dismissal of a 4th grade primary school teacher with 30 years’ service (the “Teacher”).

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