Lawyer, Partner - Quebec City
Éric Latulippe works primarily as a legal advisor and attorney in administrative, labour, and occupational health and safety law. His clients include large associations in the manufacturing and agricultural sectors, as well as a number of municipalities and school boards.
His practice involves advising clients, drafting various contracts and negotiating agreements, including collective agreements. He frequently appears before various specialized administrative tribunals such as the Administrative Labour Tribunal (ALT) and grievance arbitrators. He also litigates in various civil courts.
1998 – LL. B., Civil Law, Laval University
1994 – Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Laval University
Commission des lésions professionnelles (CLP): An Important Ruling Won by Éric Latulippe
On February 3, Éric Latulippe, partner at Langlois Kronström Desjardins, won an important ruling for his client, Société de coopérative agricole des Appalaches, in front of CLP. The ruling was a landmark decision involving large sums of money for Québec employers in a test case on the financing policy adopted by CSST in May 2007.
2007 - Détermination de la base salariale: Futurologie ou science exacte? (Determining Base Salary: Guesswork or Science?) Développements récents en droit du travail et en éducation, Éditions Yvon Blais Inc.
2005 - Le harcèlement et les lésions psychologiques (Harassment and Psychological Trauma), Les Éditions Yvon Blais Inc.
- 2019 – Symposium 2019 – Labour & Employment Law
- 2018 – Fourth Continuing Legal Education Symposium on Labour and Employment Law 2018 | Developments in Occupational Health and Safety
- 2017 – 360 Degrees of Employment Law | Managing the Risks of Penal and Criminal Prosecutions in the Area of Occupational Health and Safety
- 2017 – Symposium on Labour & Employment Law
- 2014 – Symposium on Labour & Employment Law
2007 – “Determining Base Salary: Guesswork or Science?”, Recent Developments in Employment and Education Law: Quebec Bar Continuing Education seminar, Québec City.
2006–2007 – “Investigations: Elementary, My Dear Watson”, Training of new school board managers, Québec City.
2005 – IRSST-AON conference on temporary assignments, Saint-Hyacinthe.
Since 2001 – Presentations to various employer associations on a variety of topics pertaining to labour relations, labour standards, and occupational health and safety.
Since 2017 – Member of the manufacturing, innovation and export committee of the FCCQ
Since 2003 – Board member of Dimensions, a vocational training company
2008 – Member of the Quebec Bar liaison committee with the Commission des lésions professionnelles