Langlois is expanding with four new talents joining the labour and employment law, litigation and insurance law groups in Montréal and Québec City offices. Over the last few months, Emmanuelle Boilard, Mélanie Houle, Elizabeth Latulippe Bresolin and Pascal Salagan have joined Langlois Lawyers.
We are pleased to welcome our newest partner and lawyer, Cynthia Chassigneux, whose main focus is on privacy protection. With significant experience allowing her to grasp the various issues, arising throughout the life cycle of personal data, Cynthia concentrates on biometrics, artificial intelligence, privacy incidents, governance, health research, cross-border data flows and video surveillance. Her expertise applies to both public and private organizations.
We are pleased to welcome Bruno-Olivier Bureau, Rachel Camiré and Marie-Laure Saliah-Linteau, three newly called lawyers, to our firm. After completing their six-month internship, these three emerging talents have accepted our offer to pursue their careers with us, respectively in civil and commercial litigation, insurance law, and business law.
On March 8th, we honour the women shaping our firm. Let’s work together to advance women’s rights and gender equality.
Langlois Lawyers is pleased to announce that Sean Griffin, a partner and member of the Board of Directors, was named head of the firm’s litigation group in January 2021.
Langlois Lawyers, sponsor of the Pentathlon des neiges 2021, encourage Quebecers to play outside during the pandemic
Presented by Langlois Lawyers, a virtual edition of Pentathlon des neiges 2021 officially began on February 13 and will continue until March 7th. This is a great opportunity to get Quebecers outdoors to take part in winter sports and get inspired by the Pentathlon’s usual challenges, while supporting a worthwhile cause, the À L’ÉCOLE, MOI J’BOUGE program.