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Marie-Gabrielle Bélanger Avocate/Associate Montréal

Marie-Gabrielle Bélanger

Partner | CIRC Fasken
In Québec, when an employee who has given notice reconsiders her/his decision, the employee’s burden of proof to set aside the notice of resignation is high.
Jurisdiction Quebec, 2013
Language(s) French, English
Office(s) Montréal
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Overview

 

Marie-Gabrielle Bélanger practises labour and employment law, dealing with all facets of the employment relationship. She provides advice on collective agreements, labour relations and standards, and workplace health and safety. Marie-Gabrielle represents clients in employment-related disputes involving disciplinary measures, employer’s management rights, absenteeism and psychological harassment.

Marie-Gabrielle appears before administrative tribunals, including adjudicators, and the civil courts.

 

Also practising estate litigation, Marie-Gabrielle assists clients in disputes involving estate liquidation, devolution of property, homologation of wills, and mandates in case of incapacity.

Client Work

Date Client

Career & Education

Education

  • LLB, Graduate diploma in life sciences Université de Sherbrooke
  • MBMD, Biology, Graduate degree in life sciences Université de Sherbrooke

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Young Bar Association of Montréal

Knowledge

Fasken Institute

News

Publications

Article, Author Commentaire sur la décision Digital Shape Technologies Inc. c. Mikulec – Quand la liberté d'expression et le devoir de loyauté s'affrontent à coups de commentaires publics EYB2020REP3051, Repères
Article, Co-Author Commentaire sur la décision Succession de Maisonneuve c. Héroux – Le devoir d'information du grevé est-il d'ordre public ? EYB2020REP3064, Repères
Article, Author Commentaire sur la décision Threlfall c. Carleton University – La présomption de vie : une présomption réfutable donnant effet à la restitution de l'indu EYB2020REP2903, Repères

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