Lawyer - Montréal
Jean-Bernard Dehaut is a lawyer in the litigation group at Langlois Lawyers’ Montréal office. His practice focuses mainly on construction law.
As part of his practice, Jean-Bernard deals with various types of claims involving surety bonds, legal hypothecs and other construction work disputes. Whenever possible, Jean-Bernard will seek ways to prevent future litigation potentially arising from similar causes.
Additionally, Jean-Bernard acts on contractual and regulatory matters, including licensing issues. He is a member of multiple construction industry associations.
He represents many stakeholders from the construction industry, including general contractors and a number of subcontractors.
LL.B., Université de Montréal, 2011
Bachelor of Business Administration, HEC Montréal, 2008
Areas of Practice
Claim for a large company under indemnity agreements.
Supported general contractor of a recreational project in concluding major contract.
Assisted key corporate clients in obtaining RBQ licences.
2021 – “Warranties: What Do They Imply, and How Long Do They Last?”, presented to engineering students at Concordia University, February.
2019 – L’importance du contrat, Legal Symposium jointly organized by the CMMTQ (Master Pipe Mechanics Corporation of Québec) and the CMEQ (Master Electrician Corporation of Québec), October.
Young Bar of Montréal