Reynald Auger is a partner in the Quebec City and Lévis offices of Langlois Lawyers. He has been in private practice for a number of years now, after spending the initial years of his career in the legal department of a major Quebec financial institution.
He has in-depth experience in the area of security for indebtedness, and represents a number of Quebec financial institutions in that regard.
His practical experience in the financial area makes him highly appreciated by his clients thanks to his ready grasp of the issues and stakes involved in a given situation, and his ability to guide clients towards the solution that best responds to their needs.
Reynald also advises his clients in general litigation matters. He has appeared before all levels of the courts and several times before courts of appeal, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
In addition, he has successfully appealed several assessments and recovery initiatives by tax authorities.
Advocacy skills, Québec Bar, 1996
LL.B., Civil Law, Laval University, 1988
Areas of Practice
- Banking Litigation
- Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring
- Business Law
- Commercial Litigation
- Construction Law
- Construction Litigation
- Corporate and Companies Law
- Corporate Finance
- Financial Institutions and Financial Services Law
- General Liability
- Litigation and Dispute Resolution
- Purchase & Sale Transactions
- Real Estate Financing
- Real Estate Law
- Real Estate Litigation
Since 2009 – Member of the board of directors of the Centre de robotique et de vision industrielles (Centre for robotics and artificial vision)