Changes to the Competition Act: What employers need to know

August 2, 2022

On June 23, An Act to implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on April 7, 2022, and other measures (the “BIA”) received Royal Assent. The BIA was the subject of Bill C-19, which was introduced on April 7, 2022, and contains a series of amendments to the Competition Act (the “Act”). While those amendments are significant, they are just a first step in modernizing Canada’s competition regime as announced by the Canadian government in the winter of 2022.

A job for life: Not just for laughs!

August 2, 2022

In a decision dated July 13 of this year, Justice Marc Saint-Pierre of the Quebec Superior Court ordered that an employee who had been guaranteed a job “for life” by his employer be reinstated (Gloutnay v. Rozon, 2022 QCCS 2578).

Personal information protection: a busy summer

July 22, 2022

Summer generally means fine weather, festivals, and vacations. This year more than any before, it also means protecting personal information. Some of the reasons for this are outlined below.

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Langlois joins three Québec Bar conferences this fall

September 10, 2021

Don’t miss the three major Québec Bar conferences that Langlois Lawyers will be taking part in this fall. Some lectures will be held in French only : National Conference on Class Actions (October 21), Rendez-vous de la gouvernance 2021 (November 10) and Recent developments in internal and regulatory investigations (November 18)

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