Dismissal at the Interlocutory Stage: the Window Remains Small

In its decision in 9324-0422 Québec Inc. v. Gestion Paul Daigle Inc., 2017 QCCA 242, the Quebec Court of Appeal has reminded us that caution is in order when it comes to ruling on motions to dismiss at the interlocutory stage, even where a precedent would appear to predetermine the outcome of the proceeding.

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Benchmark Litigation 2017

In addition to having placed Langlois lawyers in the Recommended category, the prestigious directory of leading litigation lawyers in Canada, Benchmark Litigation – Benchmark Canada has just published its annual rankings, which include 19 litigators from the firm. For Langlois lawyers, this is a record number of inclusions in this select category.

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Langlois’ Legal Tips: Managing Absenteeism

You run a business or you are the head of its human resources department. When an employee with a disability presents you with a letter from a health-care professional specifying that he or she can only do light work, or work on a part-time basis, did you know that you’re not obliged to comply?

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