On October 28th, Langlois partner and lawyer, Tina Hobday, will share some of her extensive expertise in the fields of pension plan litigation and governance, during a webinar on recent and upcoming legislative changes across Canada, presented by the Canadian Bar Association.
Catherine Biron and Catherine Cayer to take part in a webinar on the Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations
On October 16, Langlois partner and lawyer Catherine Biron and lawyer Catherine Cayer, who are part of the labour and employment law group, will take part in a webinar as trainers following an invitation from the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines intégrées (CRHA) / the Order of Certified Human Resources Professionals (CHRP). The draft Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations come into effect on January 1, 2021 and as a federally regulated employer, you will need to prepare, as they represent a significant change to federal labour law rules.
On October 6th, Langlois partner and lawyer, Jean-François De Rico whose practice focuses on information technology, protection of personal information, cybersecurity and intellectual property, will take part in Forensik Conference, a “virtual event on Cyber Security Incident Management and Response in Quebec” sponsored by Langlois Lawyers.
Stefan Chripounoff to take part in a webinar on the various means of prevention and resolution of disputes known in French as “PRDs”
On September 28 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., Stefan Chripounoff, partner and commercial litigation lawyer at Langlois Lawyers and president of the Dispute Prevention and Resolution Committee of the Canadian Bar Association – Quebec Division, will take part in an online conference entitled “PRDS to the rescue”.
Caroline Deschênes and Jean-François De Rico to take part in a legal information session about the Bill 64 draft
On July 8th at 12:00 pm, partners and lawyers Caroline Deschênes and Jean-François De Rico will host an information session about the draft of Bill 64 and the scope of the possible changes to the protection of personal information. The session is organized by the Conseil du patronat du Québec (CPQ, Quebec Employers’ Council).
On June 18, partner and lawyer Sebastien Laprise, who specializes in public contract law at Langlois Lawyers, has been invited by the Union of Quebec Municipalities (UMQ).