Employment Law for Employers

Are you an employer with a workplace issue? We can help.

Ensuring compliance when letting an employee go

Restructuring your workforce

Reviewing out of date contracts and policies

Conducting a workplace investigation

Employment Law for Employers

You’ve been sued or threatened with being sued

Workplace Investigations

Restructuring

Employee Terminations

Contract and Policy Reviews

Are you an employer with a workplace issue? We can help.

We know that workplace issues have become more complex for Canadian employers now faced with exponential advances in technology, an aging workforce, expanding generational gaps, and increasingly flexible work arrangements. Nelligan Law’s experienced employment lawyers can help you face these workplace challenges. You can take confidence in knowing that our lawyers are recognized as leaders in their field by the legal and human resource communities.

Our lawyers have extensive experience representing employers before tribunals and all levels of court in employment related disputes and litigation. We bring our insight to every workplace situation, finding solutions that work for you.

Our team can help employers with:

  • Employee terminations
  • Restructuring
  • Contract and policy reviews
  • Workplace investigations
  • Litigation

We frequently speak at seminars and workshops for employers on a wide range of subjects related to employment law. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about the seminars and workshops we can offer you.

Have Questions?

Our Team

Leader

Janice Payne
613-231-8245
Lanise Hayes
Partner
613-231-8272
Tracy Lyle
Partner
613-231-8329
Jim Anstey
Lawyer
613-231-8348
Eytan Rip
Lawyer
613-231-8363
Hazem Mehrez
Lawyer
613-231-8284
Karine Dion
Lawyer
613-231-8369
Dana Du Perron
Lawyer
613-231-8364
Jill Lewis
Lawyer
613-231-8352
Claire Kane Boychuk
Lawyer
613-231-8211
Sarah Clowater
Lawyer
613-231-8277
Denise Deschênes
Lawyer
613-231-8248
Adrienne Fanjoy
Lawyer
613-231-8276
Melanie Sutton
Lawyer
613-231-8354
Maya Fernandez
Lawyer
613-231-8307

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