Eva Langrais is a promising lawyer building a practice in litigation and dispute resolution, with a focus on product liability, commercial litigation and real estate litigation. As a valuable member of our Litigation and Dispute resolution team, she contributes at each stage of a litigation case. Where litigation is not ideal or warranted, she lends expertise on alternative dispute resolution. Clients rely on Eva for her responsiveness and dedication to their best interests.
During law school, Eva had the opportunity to work for the McGill Law Journal, first as a junior editor and then as an executive editor. She also volunteered with the Compass Legal Clinic as a caseworker and as a director of business development, gaining key exposure to the legal concerns of businesses.
Eva holds a Juris Doctor, a Bachelor of Civil Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, all from McGill University. She worked at McMillan as a summer student before completing her articling with the firm.
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This article explains the process and implications of heritage classification, and discusses the recent classification of Chinatown’s core.
RBC c. Lavoie: Are We Moving Towards an “Increased” Duty to Inform in the Context of Umbrella Hypothecs?
RBC c. Lavoie [in italics]: Is the Duty to Inform Expanding for Umbrella Hypothecs?
Change is in the Air: Government of Canada proposing changes to Air Passenger Protection Regulations
The Canadian federal government announced its intention to make significant reforms to strengthen the Air Passenger Protection Regulations (“APPR”).
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