This conference is organized by the “Jeune Barreau de Québec” and is only available in French.
On December 9, Langlois lawyers Pascal Archambault and Marie-Pier Desmeules will present an information session on the proposed amendments to the Canadian Consumer Privacy Protection Act (Bill C-11) and its impact on employers. They will also discuss the implications in relation to Bill 64, which seeks to reform privacy legislation in Québec.The videoconference is organized by the Conseil du patronat du Québec (CPQ, Quebec Employers’ Council) and will be chaired by lawyer Karolyne Gagnon, the CPQ’s Vice-President, Labour and legal affairs.
On December 2nd, Marie-Hélène Jetté, lawyer, partner and head of the labour and employment law group at Langlois, will co-host a webinar, with Erin Sandberg from MMGS, about the impacts of cannabis legalization on the labour law practice.
On December 1st, Raphaelle Alimi-Lacroix, a lawyer in Langlois’ Labour & Employment law group, will moderate a webinar on medical aid in dying: outlooks and implications of the Gladu/Truchon case.
Langlois Lawyers and Québec International join forces to broach access to Québec’s public procurement contracts with European investors
On November 26, Langlois l
Lawyers Sébastien Laprise, Jean-Benoît Pouliot and Guillaume François Larouche will join Québec International to present a webinar. The conference will showcase the City of Québec’s business and economic environment, as well as provincial public procurement potential. Ms Michèle Boisvert, Québec’s Delegate General in Paris will deliver the welcome and opening remarks.
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