David C. Roux
Lawyer, Partner - Montréal
David C. Roux is a partner in the civil and commercial litigation group in the Montréal office of Langlois lawyers. He practices more specifically in the areas of litigation pertaining to construction, insurance, professional and civil liability and bodily injuries.
David is frequently asked to plead before the different instances in the province of Québec, including first instance and the Court of Appeal.
Throughout his practice, David developed a solid understanding of the technical aspects inherent to construction law, which helps him rapidly assess the issues of litigated matters.
LL.B., Laval University, Quebec City, 2006
Acts regularly as counsel for engineers and engineering firms in various fields (civil, structure, mechanical, electricity, geotechnical, geothermal, environmental assessments, etc.).
Acts regularly as counsel to defend home inspectors sued for professional liability.
Acts regularly as counsel to defend companies and individuals sued following bodily injuries.
Is frequently asked to act as counsel for general and specialized contractors.
2018 – “Vices cachés : développements récents en matière de responsabilité et de procédure” (Latent defects: recent developments regarding liability and procedure), presentation with Pascale De Meyer, Canadian Bar Association, Québec Branch, Montreal, November 19, 2018.
2018 – “Cyber-risques et cyber-assurance” (Cyber-Risks and Cyber-Insurance), presentation with Jean-François Vézina to the Canadian Insurance Claims Managers Association, May 9, 2018, Montreal.
2014-2015 – Speaker, “Select Topics in Insurance Law”, Continuing Education accredited by the Québec Bar.
Young Bar of Montréal