Montreal law firm Langlois Lawyers LLP has announced the launch of L-inc Project, a legal services program for innovative, growing start-ups. The new program provides a wide range of legal services required when a business […]
A matchmaking company has been fined $14,000 by the Quebec Consumer Protection Office after it was found to have breached the province’s consumer protection laws. Lifemates, owned and operated by Elite Singles Canada Corporation which […]
A Quebec telecommunications firm, Vidéotron Inc., has been ordered to pay more than $3 million in punitive damages to consumers who were charged extra when the Internet service provider unilaterally modified the terms of their […]
Days after the head of the Quebec Crown testified before a National Assembly parliamentary commission over the impact of the Supreme Court of Canada’s landmark Jordan ruling on the province’s criminal justice system, Justice Minister […]
After months of stalling, the federal government has finally appointed four new Quebec Superior Court justices in the district of Montreal.
A Quebec judge who refused to hear a quarrel between neighbours and emphatically insisted that they negotiate a settlement may be a step closer to being removed from the bench after the Quebec Court of […]
Here we go again. Another skirmish between a prominent Quebec City lawyer and the provincial law society that has turned ugly.
Newfoundland and Labrador suffered back-to-back legal setbacks in its long-running energy feud with Hydro-Québec after Quebec courts held that the provincially-owned utility was under no obligation to renegotiate a controversial 1969 agreement and that it […]
Walmart Canada was fined more than $27,000 after it plead guilty to 11 counts of violating provincial consumer protection laws, announced the Quebec Consumer Protection Office.