Claudia Desjardins Belisle

Partner | Montréal

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Claudia Desjardins Bélisle practises in all areas of labour and employment law as well as administrative law.

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Marijuana Legalization in Canada: Employers, Are You Ready?

Miller Thomson is pleased to invite you to a breakfast seminar where our labour law lawyers, in collaboration with Jean-Marc Schanzenbach, Commanding Officer of the Montreal police service (SPVM), will provide practical advice for managing marijuana in the workplace. Please...

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Miller Thomson 2018 Montréal Construction Law Conference

Featuring: claims, blockchain, quantification of damages, insurance, AMF, tax, cannabis and more! Join us on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 for a daylong conference intended for all construction and real estate sector stakeholders and keep appraised of the most recent developments...

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Droit de l’emploi : Quoi faire lorsque vous devenez un employeur?

Votre entreprise connait une croissance exponentielle et vous songez embaucher? Vous avez mis des processus RH en place mais vous doutez de leur efficacité? Participez à ce « Lunch & Learn » d’une heure présenté à La Gare|Espace collaboratif et...

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What’s Happening

Tom Duke, Dan Stachnik and Jill Wilkie are hosting an Occupational Health and Safety seminar on the topic, “What All Employers Need to Know” in Edmonton, AB on May 15th, 2018.  A similar seminar will be presented by Laura Mensch,...

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Legalization of Marijuana: Managing this New Workplace Reality

With the expected coming into force this summer 2018 of Bill C-45, which intends to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, many employers have expressed concerns about its impact on workplace accidents, absenteeism and performance especially in organizations where workplace...

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Bill 3: Proposed Reform or an Infringement of Constitutional Rights?

Anyone who is unfamiliar with Québec’s current events and public debates might be puzzled by the sight of police officers wearing funky cargo pants and by fire trucks and subway cars covered with red stickers. No, these are not part...

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Victory of Ex-Wal-Mart employees – What’s next?

On June 27, 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada issued a decision that is of much interest to the majority of the workforce and employers and that presents a significant impact on certain well established legal principles.   In 2001, Wal-Mart...

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Employer Responsibilities During Holiday Parties

With the season of office holiday parties now upon us, employers should not forget that even though the joyful event might not be taking place during office hours, care is still required. Employers have an obligation towards their employees during...

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Focusing on the Next Generation: Age Discrimination?

Discrimination in the workplace is unfortunately more common than one might expect and may be based on the age of a senior employee and the desire to promote younger employees. Can one clearly label the attitude of certain managers towards...

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TVA Group to acquire Serdy Média and Serdy Vidéo in $24 million transaction

Counsel to Serdy Média Inc. and Serdy Vidéo Inc.

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CanLII acquires Lexum

Counsel to CanLII

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