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Tina Hobday comments on a recent Quebec Superior Court judgment in Lancaster House

February 6, 2017

Tina Hobday, partner in the litigation group at Langlois and Co-Chair of the Pensions and Benefits Law Group, recently provided commentary on the IBM v. Samoisette class action case in an article entitled “Employees entitled to $23.5 million after employer unlawfully withdrew bridging benefit from pension scheme, court holds”.

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Employment Injuries: is the Workers’ Compensation Board the Only Recourse?

February 10, 2017

In Quebec, no fewer than 224 workers are injured every day on average1 in a multitude of different situations: a teacher is physically assaulted by a student; a newspaper deliverer suffers a fall in the poorly maintained entranceway of a customer; a construction worker is injured due to a crane operator’s negligence; a receptionist is harassed by her boss.

Contempt of Court and the Impact of the Nadeau-Dubois Case on Labour Law

February 8, 2017

This article first appeared in the January 2017 issue of VigieRT – published by the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés.

When negotiating individual employment contracts, employers and employees often agree to include clauses whose effects continue once the contractual relationship has ended. Such clauses generally cover confidentiality, non-competition, or even non-solicitation of employees or clients.

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