Justine B. Laurier has practiced labour and employment law since joining the Barreau du Québec in 2009. Her practice spans all areas of labour and employment law, focusing on defending the interests of both unionized and non-unionized employers.
She advises employers with respect to the reorganization of their activities, the pre-hiring and hiring of employees, employee management (performance-related issues, investigations in the workplace, disciplinary measures, disability, etc.), labour relations, individual and collective terminations, occupational health and safety matters and human rights issues.
Justine has recent hands-on experience in restrictive covenant litigation. Her practice focuses on the application and interpretation of restrictive covenants, more particularly the confidentiality, non-solicitation, and non-competition clauses that are included in her clients' contracts of employment and service contracts.
Justine also has a business immigration law/manpower mobility practice. Hence, she advises businesses and their executives on the recruitment of foreign workers, as well as on the assignment of personnel within Canada.