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Benchmark Litigation Canada 2019

Langlois Recognized as a Leading Firm in Litigation, by Benchmark Litigation Canada 2019

Langlois lawyers is pleased to announce that it has been named one of the most recommended (Highly Recommended) firm in Quebec by the prestigious directory Benchmark Litigation Canada. This distinction attests to the depth of expertise of our litigation team and its ability to implement innovative and effective dispute resolution strategies.

In addition, this year, 27 of our lawyers are in Benchmark’s annual list of the best litigators in the country, 23 of them are recognized as litigation stars and 4 as future stars of litigation. In 2019, Langlois had 21 litigators in this prestigious category and 17 in 2017. This growth reflects the constant rise of the firm within the litigation practice. Langlois has a long tradition of excellence, our litigators spare no effort to protect and advance the interests of our customers.

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Lexpert/ROB Special Edition on Canada’s Leading Infrastructure Lawyers 2018

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.

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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.

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Julie Belley Perron Quoted in an Article on Energy Law in Online Daily Les Affaires

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).

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