Lisa Carlson

Lisa Carlson  

Senior Associate

Executive Summary

Lisa Carlson is a senior associate in our Labour and Employment Group in our Vancouver office. Lisa’s practice involves all aspects of labour and employment law, human rights, workers’ compensation claims and employment standards matters. She assists clients with drafting and reviewing employee handbooks and policies, severance agreements and employment agreements. She has appeared before the BC Provincial Court and acted as co-counsel in labour arbitrations and mediations.

Publications & Presentations

  • Co-Presenter, "Top 10 Legal Issues for New Businesses," BLG's Startup Seminar Series, February 22, 2017.
  • Co-Author, "No Power or Control? Discrimination Against an Employee by a Subordinate may not be Captured by the British Columbia Human Rights Code," Labour Notes, June 2016.
  • Author, "No General Right for Grievors to Remain Unidentified in Labour Arbitration Decisions", BLG Publication, September 2015.
  • Co-Author, “Employment Law,” Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia: Annual Review of Law & Practice, 2012.
  • Author, “Rash Statements Provide Inadequate Evidence of Intent: Emotions Could Cloud Distinction between Resignation and Termination,” Canadian Property Management, May 2012.
  • Author, “Does ‘I’m Out of Here’ Really Mean an Employee Has Quit?,” BLG Labour and Employment News, February 2012.
  • Co-Author, “Employment Law,” Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia: Annual Review of Law & Practice, 2011.
  • Presenter, “Performance Management – the Do’s, the Don’ts, and the Whys?,” BLG 2011 Labour & Employment Breakfast Seminar Series, October 2011.