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Joanie Proteau and Catherine Bourget publish an article on the service of proceedings in public places dedicated to religious worship

June 21, 2017

Joanie Proteau and Catherine Bourget, both practitioners in the litigation group at Langlois lawyers, recently published a case comment on the Court of Québec’s decision in Federal Construction inc. v. Congregation Kol Yaacov, in which the Court concluded that service of an originating application by affixing it to the door of a synagogue was valid.

Pierre-Luc Desgagné at the center of an article on electric transport in La Presse Affaires

June 16, 2017

Pierre-Luc Desgagné, a partner in the business law group at Langlois lawyers, was recently interviewed for an article in the online business publication La Presse Affaires on issues involving the resale of electricity in order to power electric vehicles, entitled Réflexion nécessaire sur la revente d’« électricité carburant », in which he provides an overview of the legal situation in Quebec, and some thoughts on the future of electric transport and the achievements and ongoing challenges in that area.

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Events

Canada-France Business Convention 2017

March 29, 2017

Langlois lawyers is pleased to acknowledge the involvement of Isabelle Toupin, Partner, as a member of the organizing committee of the Canada-France Business Convention 2017.

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Articles

Right of Participating and Non-Participating Physicians to Associate

June 21, 2017

In a unanimous decision rendered on June 1, 2017, the Quebec Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal of the Fédération des médecins spécialistes du Québec (the “FMSQ”) of a decision of the Quebec Superior Court rendered on June 16, 2015 denying the FMSQ’s motion for a declaratory judgment to the effect that section 333.3 of Quebec’s Act Respecting Health Services and Social Services (the “HSSSA”) and certain related provisions are null and of no force or effect. The impugned provisions prevent physicians participating in the provincial health insurance plan and non-participating physicians from practising medicine together in a specialized medical centre (“SMC”).

Notice to Federal Not-for-Profit Corporations

June 19, 2017

Are you a director or officer of a corporation created pursuant to Part II of the Canada Corporations Act? Did you know that you must have completed your transition to the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act and received your Certificate of Continuance by July 31, 2017?

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