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Lavery Lawyers

Carl Lessard

Carl Lessard

Partner

Expertise

  • Labour and Employment

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

WSG Leadership

WSG Coronavirus Task Force Group
Member

Lavery Lawyers
Quebec, Canada

Profile

Partner

A versatile labour lawyer, Carl Lessard excels in labour relations and occupational health and safety matters. He also possesses broad expertise applicable to cases involving medical issues. 

Recognized for his mastery of litigation strategy, he orients his approach based on the political and economic issues that are important to his clients. 

A skilled communicator, Mr. Lessard is frequently called upon to lecture at conferences on topics of current interest relating to labour law. Flexible in meeting the needs of his diverse clientele, he is known for his availability and for providing quick and efficient service.

Education

  • LL.L., University of Ottawa, 1987
  • B.A., political science, McGill University, 1983
  • Political science, California State University, Long Beach 
Areas of Practice

Labour and Employment

Professional Career

Professional Associations

    Canadian Bar Association

Professional Activities and Experience

Accolades
  • Best Lawyers 2021

Articles

The Coronavirus Guide for Employers: Everyday Measures for the Workplace
, March 2020

  Employers must review their action plan on a daily basis to promote prevention, manage possible or proven contagion among their employees and ensure that business operations continue. Two actions are key: Seeking accurate information from public health officials and governments daily; Taking this information into account when deciding how to meet your obligations to employees while maintaining operations...

The Coronavirus Guide for Employers: Everyday Measures for the Workplace
Lavery Lawyers, March 2020

  Employers must review their action plan on a daily basis to promote prevention, manage possible or proven contagion among their employees and ensure that business operations continue. Two actions are key: Seeking accurate information from public health officials and governments daily; Taking this information into account when deciding how to meet your obligations to employees while maintaining operations...

Additional Articles

  • Duty of Loyalty and Non-competition: What are your Rights and Duties to Protect your Interests?
  • The Coronavirus Guide for Employers: Everyday Measures for the Workplace

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