On March 10, upon the invitation of the Ordre des CRHA, Marianne Plamondon, Langlois labour & employment lawyer and partner, will present a virtual workshop, in which she will provide an update on the role and responsibilities of employers and employees in the context of the vaccination programme.
Panel on access to public markets for French companies proposed by Langlois in collaboration with the French CCI in Canada
On March 11, Jean Patrick Dallaire, William D. Hart and Guillaume François Larouche, will present a panel entitled “Made in Canada. French business access to public contracts, jointly with the French CCI in Canada its general manager, Sandrine Perrault.
Mylany David to act as moderator on a panel to be presented at the 2021 Association québécoise de la production d’énergie renouvelable conference
On February 24, as part of the 2021 conference “Propelling our energies, boosting our economy” organized by the Association québécoise de la production d’énergie renouvelable (AQPER) Langlois lawyer and partner, Mylany David, will moderate a workshop on dam safety and maintenance with Annick Bigras, Director, Dams and Infrastructure Expertise at Hydro-Québec and Michel Dolbec, WSP’s Energy Project Manager in Canada.
Jévanie Pellerin to present virtual workshop on parliamentary debates as part of the Canadian Association of Paralegals (CAP)
On February 24, Langlois litigation paralegal and administrator of the Canadian Association of Paralegals, Jévanie Pellerin, will present a virtual workshop on the various stages of the legislative process in Quebec and parliamentary debates in particular.
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.