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Norton Rose Fulbright

222 BAY STREET, SUITE 3000, P.O. BOX 53,, M5K 1E7, CANADA
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Richard J. Charney

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Work 1 416.216.1867
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Norton Rose Fulbright

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Administrative and public law
Employment and labour
Federal employment and labour
Mining and resources
Occupational health and safety and workers' compensation (workplace safety and insurance)
Supreme Court of Canada and appellate advocacy

Position

Global Head of Employment and Labour

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https://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/en/people/100036


Canada

Labour and employment

Within: Leading individuals

Richard J. Charney - Norton Rose Fulbright

Within: Labour and employment

Satisfied clients of Norton Rose Fulbright assert it is ‘simply the best for employment law’, with the group’s ‘great 24/7 availability’, ‘exceptional knowledge’ and ‘collaborative rather than a one-size-fits-all approach’ standing out as distinguishing factors. The comprehensive national team, which comprises over 80 lawyers, is routinely engaged across the full spread of collective bargaining, compliance, health and safety, and contentious matters, for both private and public sector employers. Toronto-based global employment head Richard J. Charney is ’extremely knowledgeable and simply the best at what he does’; he successfully represented a client in a judicial review application. Among its Montreal highlights, François CĂŽté represented a client in a grievance arbitration concerning a subcontracting issue and Michel G. Carle advised a client in a judicial review application seeking to quash a tribunal decision holding that its first-level managers could unionize. Luc Beaulieu is also senior name in Montreal, and Herb Isherwood and Timothy D. Mitchell are key contacts in Vancouver and Calgary respectively.

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