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Langlois adds two lawyers to Quebec City office

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 @ 2:03 PM | By John Chunn


Langlois lawyers announces that two new lawyers have joined the firm's Quebec City office.

Chloé Jobin practises civil and commercial litigation, bankruptcy and insolvency litigation and the enforcement of security. She also deals with privacy and access to information matters. Her clients include financial institutions, bankruptcy trustees and public bodies. Before joining Langlois lawyers, Chloé worked at an international law firm.

While at university she studied business law and international law at Bucerius Law School in Germany, which allowed her to broaden her knowledge of those areas of the law, as well as her vocabulary of English legal terminology. In addition to her law degree, she also holds a certificate in business law from Laval University.

Jean-François Tardif has joined the firm’s occupational health and safety/labour law team. He provides legal advice and representation in labour and employment law and occupational health and safety matters and in administrative law. After obtaining a law degree from Laval University, he interned at a Crown corporation for five years.

“We are delighted to welcome Chloé and Jean-François to our Quebec City office,” said  Langlois CEO Jean-François Gagnon. “Their respective talents add depth to our team, to the benefit of our clients.”