Vikki Andrighetti Joins Langlois lawyers’ Litigation Group in Montréal

Montréal, March 13, 2018 – Langlois lawyers is pleased to announce that Vikki Andrighetti is joining the firm’s litigation group as a partner in its Montréal office. 

Talent to spare

Vikki is the eighth lawyer from Fraticelli Provost to join the firm since the Unification Agreement was signed last August. She advises and represents clients in matters involving insurance law, construction law, civil and professional liability, contract law, environmental law and class actions. 

She has represented clients before the Court of Québec, the Quebec Superior Court and Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court of Canada, arbitration tribunals and mediators, in cases involving insurance coverage, the liability of electromechanical, structural and geotechnical engineers, contract performance, injunctions and safeguard orders, confidentiality agreements, the authorization of class actions and the enforcement or annulment of arbitration agreements and awards. 

“Vikki is an enormously talented professional and comes to the firm with impressive experience. Her pleading abilities, professionalism and interpersonal skills will boost the vitality of the firm and greatly benefit our clientele”, stated Richard Provost, a partner of the firm. 

About Langlois lawyers 

With more than 140 professionals working in the Montréal, Quebec City and Lévis metropolitan areas, Langlois lawyers is one of the largest law firms in Quebec. Together we offer a complete range of sophisticated legal services in a variety of areas such as construction law, energy and the environment, life sciences, information and communications technology (ICT), governance and ethics, civil and commercial litigation, labour and employment law, real estate law and business law. Langlois lawyers is ranked second among the top ten Quebec law firms by Canadian Lawyer magazine. 

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Information: 
Marie-Eve M. Garant
Specialist, Media Relations
marie-eve.garant@langlois.ca | +1 438 844 7800

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