Sophie Perreault, a partner in the litigation group at Langlois lawyers, was interviewed recently by La Presse, giving her the opportunity to provide tips on good corporate governance.
In the Media
Mylany David and L. Michel Huart Recognized in the Lexpert/ROB Special Edition on Canada’s Leading Infrastructure Lawyers
Langlois lawyers is proud to announce that Mylany David and L. Michel Huart, both partners at the firm, are recognized as leading lawyers in the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business Magazine – Lexpert Special Edition on Canada’s Leading Infrastructure Lawyers, 2018.
Pierre-Luc Desgagné Interviewed on Radio Program Nathalie Le Midi on Energy Surpluses and the Management of Hydro-Québec’s Northern Reservoirs
Pierre-Luc Desgagné, a partner in the business law group at Langlois lawyers, was interviewed recently on blvd 102.1 FM’s program Nathalie le midi about the challenges of managing Hydro-Québec’s vast hydraulic reservoirs in Northern Quebec and their importance in Quebec’s energy portfolio.
Sébastien Laprise and Jean-Benoît Pouliot Publish an Article Proposing a Quebec Code of Public Contract Rules
Sébastien Laprise and Jean-Benoit Pouliot have written an article entitled Plaidoyer pour un code québécois des contrats publics, a proposal for the codification of the rules governing public contracts in Quebec, which was published on the blog of Perspective, a webzine that publicizes the positions and accomplishments of Quebec’s consulting engineering firms, as well as the issues they face.
The environmental-law and energy-law expertise of Julie Belley Perron, a partner in the business law group, was called upon recently in connection with the preparation of an article on how to improve energy efficiency (“Trois conseils pour améliorer son efficacité énergétique”) in which she explains the changes made to Quebec’s cap-and-trade system for greenhouse gas emission allowances (SPEDE).
Langlois lawyers Behind Three Articles on Professional Orders in Quebec in a Special Edition of Periodical Les Affaires
There is no shortage of challenges for the 40 professional orders in Quebec. And now the professional community can learn more about issues that may affect them, in the special edition on professional orders of Les Affaires published on October 14, 2017, in which the expertise of Ariane-Sophie Blais, a litigation practitioner at the firm, is featured in three separate articles.