M. Christine O'Donohue

Associée | Toronto

416.595.8526

Portrait de M. Christine O’Donohue

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Christine O’Donohue has a litigation practice with special expertise in employment law, executive compensation, privacy, and labour-related injunctions to restrain unlawful picketing. She is a partner with considerable knowledge and experience in a range of industries, including real estate and financial services.

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Plusieurs avocats de Miller Thomson figurent dans le répertoire The Best Lawyers in Canada 2017

Nous sommes heureux d’annoncer que 126 avocats de Miller Thomson pratiquant dans plusieurs domaines du droit ont été reconnus pour leur expertise dans l’édition de 2017 The Best Lawyers® in Canada. Cela représente une hausse par rapport au résultat de 122...

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Miller Thomson recognized in 2014 Best Lawyers in Canada

We are pleased to announce that 80 Miller Thomson lawyers have been recognized in the 2014 edition of Best Lawyers in Canada (this is 15 more lawyers than last year). Seventeen lawyers are new to the list. Additionally, the following lawyers from...

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Christine O’Donohue will be presenting at Insight’s 5th Workplace Discipline & Termination conference.

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Labour Relations & Employment Conference

Miller Thomson’s Labour Relations & Employment Law Group presents an all-day conference focussing on current labour and employment issues affecting organizations today. Special Guest Speakers: Bernard Fishbein, Chair, Ontario Labour Relations Board Wendy Mesley, Award-winning broadcast journalist SESSION TOPICS: National...

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Beware of Damages for Loss of LTD Benefit Coverage

A recent Ontario Superior Court decision, Brito v. Canac Kitchens, highlights the significant risk faced by an employer when a former employee becomes disabled during the notice period, but after long-term disability (“LTD”) benefits have been discontinued. Mr. Brito was...

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