Geneviève Plante, CHRP, is a lawyer in the labour and employment law group in the Montréal office of Langlois Lawyers.
She assists clients and colleagues in analyzing a broad range of legal matters, including interpreting and applying collective agreements and employment contracts and applying disciplinary measures, as well as with issues relating to labour standards, employment termination, human rights and freedoms and non-competition obligations. She also has experience in drafting employment contracts, procedures and human resources management policies. In close collaboration with her colleagues, Geneviève is actively involved in research, strategy development, preparation and hearing of disputes before various tribunals and courts.
While at university, Geneviève worked as a law student at Quebec’s Administrative Labour Tribunal from 2012 to 2014.
- 2020 – Return-to-work protocol: getting ready to resume
- 2020 – The Superior Court takes stock of restrictive covenants included in contracts of partnership
2019 – “Faisons le point sur les ententes de fin d’emploi” (Taking stock of termination agreements), co-author Marianne Plamondon, Développements récents en droit de la non-concurrence, Service de la formation continue du Barreau du Québec, Éditions Yvon Blais, Volume 459, May 2019.
2018 – Quebec: moral damages for breach of a collective agreement
2013 – Canada: a father’s complaint for discrimination on the ground of family status disallowed
Since 2019 – Member of the executive committee of the Philanthropes du Premier acte for the Théâtre du Rideau vert
Young Bar of Montreal
M.B.A., Master of Business Administration, Université Laval, 2017
LL.B., Université Laval, 2013
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