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Langlois lawyers Continues to Grow

17 October 2016

Langlois lawyers is pleased to welcome to the firm lawyer Pascale De Meyer, who practices civil and commercial litigation in matters involving insurance, professional liability, construction and railway law.

The Real Estate Law Team at Langlois lawyers Continues to Grow

06 October 2016

With the arrival of three new professionals, this Quebec firm has considerably augmented its legal services offering. In matters involving either transactions or litigation, Langlois lawyers is now in a position to offer an even broader and more comprehensive range of services in the area of real estate law.

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.

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Personal Information: Take It… Professional!

October 3, 2016

No business is immune from cyber-attacks targeting personal information. They can happen at any time. And as these security threats are very real, legal and IT managers must implement appropriate measures and practices in order to fulfill their obligations.

Labour Law Seminar 2016

09 February 2016 - Québec 16 February 2016 - Montréal

This seminar is only available in French.

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Due Diligence

13 October 2016

You’re thinking of acquiring a business and wondering whether it’s worthwhile to do due diligence? Here is a summary of some considerations that will help you better understand the importance of that exercise.

Workplace Safety Obligations at the Port of Montreal: Hardhats Over Turbans

13 October 2016

Despite the best intentions, it is not always possible to accommodate the religious practices of workers. In the case of Singh v. Montreal Gateway Terminals, the Quebec Superior Court held that port terminal operator Montreal Gateway Terminals (“MGT”), because of its workplace safety obligations, was entitled to require Sikh truck drivers to wear a hardhat on top of their turban while in the workplace.

Time Limit for Publication of an Amendment to a Call for Tenders – Reflections on the Impact of Recent Legislative Amendments on Your Contractual Strategy

28 September 2016

This article first appeared in French in the September 2016 edition of the “Direction APPRO” bulletin of the Quebec Corporation of certified municipal officers (COMAQ).

The time limit for the receipt of bids for construction, supply and services contracts involving an expenditure of at least $100,000 is no less than 15 days following the publication of the call for tenders.

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