The right to portability: new obligations for businesses and public bodies

On September 22, 2024, the right to portability will come into force in Quebec.

This new right, integrated into the Act respecting the protection of personal information in the private sector and the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information, allows the person concerned to request that their computerized personal information be communicated to them in a technological format.

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Three articling students now lawyers at Langlois

We are pleased to announce that three newly called lawyers are joining the firm: Samuel Gendron and Alexis Pineault in the Québec City office and Thomas Stelmazuk-Côté in the Montréal office. After successfully completing their internship, these three talented lawyers have chosen to pursue their careers at Langlois.

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Looking back on 2023 | The transactions that marked the year

The economic climate of 2023 was characterized by rising interest rates and persistent inflation, leading to market uncertainty worldwide. Despite this situation, the Langlois business law team remained active throughout the year, with an impressive volume of transactions totalling over CA$3.2 billion, including the conclusion of major commercial agreements.

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