March 27, 2020 update
Langlois continues to operate in this global pandemic context. However, due to concerns related to COVID-19, we have had to take the necessary measures to protect our team, which is now working remotely. Our Montréal and Quebec City offices will therefore be closed until further notice.
Conventional services will continue to be provided remotely. However, for urgent matters, please contact the following numbers:
- Montréal: +1 514 842 9512
- Quebec City: +1 418 650 7000
- Toll-free number: +1 888 650 7001
The rapid spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and the sweeping measures put in place to contain it, are having major impacts on the business world. Because of this unprecedented and evolving situation, businesses are confronted with a wide range of commercial, operational and legal issues, and are seeking to minimize risk and to ensure the continuity of their operations through this emerging crisis.
In order to support our clients during this period of uncertainty, Langlois has put forward a multidisciplinary intervention and crisis management team capable of dealing with the commercial, operational and legal issues being faced by our clients.
You can count on the assistance, availability and responsiveness of our professionals to provide counsel on a variety of questions and situations, including those likely to arise due to COVID-19:
- Labour and Employment Law
- Privacy and Protection of Personal Information
- Contractual Issues
- Litigation, Prevention and Restructuration
- Governance and Compliance
Langlois lawyers would like to provide our own update to the information circulating about the pandemic crisis we are all experiencing at this time. We understand the challenges involved, especially if you, your colleagues or people around you have been affected. Our hearts go out to you and your loved ones, as we pay particular attention to the health and safety of the members of our firm and their families.
In recent weeks, the firm has adopted a strategy that not only takes into account measures to ensure the health and safety of its teams and business partners, but also the near-term priority of maintaining business and service continuity.
In accordance with the recommendations of Canadian and Quebec government authorities, here are some of the measures being taken by the firm.