We are proud to announce that Katherine Loranger and Elisabeth Neelin, lawyers and partners at our Montréal office, have been recognized, for the second year in a row, in Benchmark 40 & Under Hot List 2021. The extensive peer review process and career profile assessment acknowledge the outstanding achievement of North American partners aged 40 or younger, whose talent and adaptability have made them leading practitioners in their respective litigation fields.
We are pleased to announce that three newly called lawyers are joining the firm: Catherine Duguay-Blackburn, Marie-Laurence Goyette and Catherine MacLean. After successfully completing their six-month internship, these three talented lawyers have chosen to pursue their careers at Langlois.
Annie Bourgeois and André Sasseville provide insights to Canadian Lawyer TV about COVID-19, vaccinations and the workplace in Quebec
Langlois Labour and Employment lawyers and partners, Annie Bourgeois and André Sasseville, were recently interviewed on a Canadian Lawyer TV feature, hosted by Tim Wilbur, Editor-in-Chief of Canadian Lawyer, to give their insights about COVID-19, vaccinations and the workplace in Quebec.
We are pleased to welcome William Gagné to the labour and employment group in Montréal. William has a keen interest in all areas of labour and employment law, focusing his practice specifically on occupational health and safety matters, including compensation and cost allocation in matters involving workplace incidents and occupational hazard as well as offences occurring under the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST) jurisdiction.
We are proud to announce the appointment of Gabrielle Brochu, a partner at Langlois Lawyers, as a judge of the Quebec Superior Court for the District of Montréal. Gabrielle Brochu’s professional background is that of a great litigator. As a member of the firm’s Executive Committee and Board of Directors, Madam Brochu has combined a very high level of performance with a rich family life, a passion for teaching law and volunteer work in the community.
Langlois litigation lawyer and partner Sophie Perreault was recently interviewed by Canadian Lawyer Magazine about the need for businesses to conduct swift and well-planned internal investigations to lessen damage in case of crisis.