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Langlois Lawyers LLP | Canada | 15 Sep 2017

Arbitration Under the Health Insurance Act: Comment on a Recent Supreme Court of Canada Decision

In a recent decision rendered by the Supreme Court of Canada (Quebec (Attorney General) v. Guérin, 2017 SCC 42), the Supreme Court had to...


Langlois Lawyers LLP | Canada | 15 Sep 2017

Arbitrage en vertu de la Loi sur l’assurance maladie : commentaire de la récente décision de la Cour suprême

Dans un arrêt rendu récemment, Québec (Procureure générale) c. Guérin, 2017 CSC 42, la Cour suprême se penche sur la question de savoir si un médecin


Lavery Lawyers | Canada | 1 Aug 2017

Practice in a specialized medical centre: limits to the freedom of association of physicians based on their status as participants or non participants

On June 1 of this year, the Québec Court of Appeal confirmed a decision of the Superior Court of Québec which had ruled that physicians who


Langlois Lawyers LLP | Canada | 6 Jul 2016

The Quebec Superior Court Stresses the Importance of Communications with Employees Concerning Their Pension Plan in a Class Action Against IBM

The decision rendered by the Quebec Superior Court on June 13, 2016 in Samoisette v. IBM Canada Ltd., 2016 QCCS 2675 has not dramatically altered the


Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 29 Jan 2014

Supreme Court of Canada clarifies “success for one means success for all”

On January 16, the Supreme Court of Canada released its first decision of 2014. The decision inVivendi Canada Inc. v Dell'Aniello addressed a


Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP | Canada | 27 Jan 2014

Supreme Court defines criteria for identical questions of fact and law in class action matters under Quebec law

In the case of Vivendi Canada Inc. v. Dell' Aniello (Vivendi), the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) once again addressed the scope of the criteria for


Norton Rose Fulbright | Canada | 12 Apr 2012

Pension and benefit plans in Quebec

The number of disputes resulting from the termination of retirees’ life and health insurance plans (medical care, prescription drugs, etc.) is on the rise.


Fasken | Canada | 13 Apr 2010

The HR space: religious accommodation versus gender equality: Quebec looks to ban traditional face coverings

You may have read recently about a woman being asked to leave two different French classes in Montreal.


Norton Rose Fulbright | Canada | 19 Oct 2009

The recourses of the Quebec Health Insurance Board and the Government of Quebec against persons responsible for bodily injury

Whether companies work in the services sector or the manufacturing sector, they occasionally face claims for bodily injury.

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