Justine’s practice focuses on all areas of labour and employment law for both federally- and provincially-regulated undertakings. She specializes in complex litigation and is trusted by clients to handle their most sensitive matters.
Justine is the BLG Regional Manager of the Labour and Employment group. She disputes provides strategic advice on collective labour relations to numerous companies. She acts on their behalf before civil and administrative law courts and tribunals, including, but not limited to, the Administrative Labour Tribunal, the Superior Court, the Québec Court of Appeal, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Clients look to Justine for strategic counsel on their most high-stake issues, including non-competition and non-solicitation obligations, hiring and dismissing employees, managers, directors and executives, and allegations of discrimination and psychological or sexual harassment and human rights.
Justine also has extensive experience with workplace harassment investigations and in conflicts prevention. She accompanies clients throughout the process and conducts investigations on their behalf. She also acts a lead workplace investigator.
Justine is a prolific author on changing employment laws, regulations and jurisprudence. She has co-authored numerous specialized works and is frequently invited to speak at conferences in Canada and abroad. She also teaches at the Québec Bar School.
Justine has been accredited and she is registered on the list of lawyers leading in psychological harassment in the workplace of the Québec Bar.