Langlois Recruits a Commercial Law Specialist

Montréal, July 7th, 2016 – Langlois Lawyers is pleased to welcome to the firm Simon Chénard, a commercial law practitioner who specializes in assisting businesses of all sizes in a wide range of industries. 

Simon assists his clients throughout the various stages of their corporate development, advising them on a variety of matters, such as the development and implementation of corporate structures, financing, real estate transactions, relations with clients and suppliers, and the purchase and sale of businesses. With his in-depth business knowledge and mastery of information technologies, Simon takes a keen interest in enterprises using advanced technology, such as in renewable energy production, the internet of things and virtual reality. As he says, “I have tremendous admiration for individuals who think big and take risks. It’s incredibly stimulating to work with such visionaries and help them see their projects through to fruition.” 

Given the nature of his practice, Simon must be original and creative at finding effective solutions to the novel problems that increasingly arise in an complex contractual and regulatory environment. “Simon is a multifaceted practitioner who is constantly on the front line of the commercial challenges facing his clients. He embodies the entrepreneurial ethos that drives our firm”, stated Jean-François Gagnon the managing partner of Langlois Lawyers. 

About Langlois Lawyers

With more than 100 professionals working in the Montréal, Quebec City and Lévis metropolitan areas, Langlois Lawyers is one of the largest law firms in Quebec. Our team of over 200 employees offers a complete range of highly regarded legal services in civil and commercial litigation, governance and ethics, labour and employment law, insurance law, administrative law, maritime law, public law, real estate, and business law. The firm is ranked second among the top ten Quebec law firms by Canadian Lawyer magazine.


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