Lawyer profile for Canada 2022
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Employment & Labour - Québec
"Stéphane is extremely efficient, doesn’t waste time with administration and quickly grasps the legal issues. He is a fine strategist and imposes respect in negotiations." "He has very good experience, he is pragmatic and adapts his practice to the reality of the client."
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Stéphane Fillion is the co-leader of the Labour, Employment & Human Rights group, he is also the Chair of Fasken’s Quebec Labour, Employment and Human Rights Group. He practises in every area related to labour and employment law, be it collective or individual contracts of employment, human rights, labour standards, occupational health and safety, issues related to Pay Equity, the Charter of the French Language or other aspects.
Stéphane is praised for his expertise and reputation in the area. Stéphane is professional, extremely versatile and adapts to situations rapidly, always providing practical advice and strategies to allow clients to achieve their goals and objectives. Clients value his candour, and the respect that he transcends to business – not imposing, but rather providing guidance and ensuring his clients bests interests at all times.
When litigation is required, Stephane fiercely represents his clients before arbitrators, the Quebec Administrative Labour Tribunal, the Human Rights Tribunal of Quebec, the Superior Court, the Court of Appeal and more recently, the Supreme Court of Canada. Stéphane also has extensive experience with issues regarding pension and benefits.