Michel Carle has vast experience of employment and labour law.
Over the course of his career, he has acquired in-depth knowledge of the manufacturing, retail and food industries in particular. He also has valuable experience in representing employers during unionization campaigns, on applications for certification and in collective bargaining. Mr. Carle provides ongoing advice and acts on behalf of a number of companies in matters relating to labour law, labour standards, employment termination, psychological harassment, discrimination, grievance arbitration and corporate restructuring and mergers.
Mr. Carle also acts for various construction companies before the Quebec Superior Court and the Commission des relations du travail du Québec (Quebec labour relations board), particularly in jurisdictional disputes.
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March 01, 2016
The amendments made to the Quebec Labour Code in 1977 to add section 109.1 prohibiting the use of replacement workers (strikebreakers) also had the effect of outl....
May 31, 2010
Michel Carle discussed last year’s Supreme Court of Canada labour trilogy of decisions that enshrined the right to strike as an “indispensable component” .
February 16, 2016