Bar of Quebec (2007);
LL.B., Université Laval (2005);
Profil international, Université de la Sorbonne – Paris I (2004).
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Since 2007, Claudia Parent has represented employers in labour and employment law matters before the courts (first instance, judicial review and penal matters) and administrative tribunals (arbitration boards, CLP and CAI). Her practice covers all aspects of labour and employment law, including occupational health and safety, labour standards, charters, access to information, enforcement and the interpretation of collective agreements.
Ms. Parent also advises employers regarding individual and group work relations for businesses under both federal and provincial jurisdiction.
She also regularly drafts employment contracts, legal opinions and proceedings, talks and training materials.
Claudia Parent has special expertise in business transfers and labour conflicts as well as extensive knowledge about the heath and social services system.
She is also a member of BCF’s Internet strategic team, which offers our clients strategic advice regarding their online presence. To understand and comply with the various laws that govern this ever-changing field requires the expertise of a multidisciplinary team like that of BCF.
- Member of the Québec Bar since 2007.
“Les travailleurs atypiques et l’accès à un régime de représentation collective”, speaker at the 47th annual conference of the ACRI, Colloque international du CRIMT, Université Laval, June 2010.
“Lever du rideau sur les ressources non institutionnelles”, speaker at a one-day workshop given by the AQESSS in Montreal, October 2011.
“Parcours d’une vie d’une RI/RTF depuis l’entrée en vigueur de la Loi 49”, training given to clients in the winter of 2012.
“Conférence à deux volets sur le harcèlement psychologique”, training given to clients, December 2013.
“Les médias sociaux : cadre juridique du réseautage en milieu de travail”, training given to clients, September and November 2011.
“Actualités CSST : plaintes pénales et partage de coûts”, co-author of several training sessions for clients.
- "La CSST et la CLP examineront l'obligation d'accommodement" (Caron case (2015 QCCA 1048)).
- “L’interprétation des conventions collectives” formation et parution, Chaire de rédaction juridique Louis-Philippe-Pigeon, December 2011.
- “Ressources intermédiaires et de type familial : quoi de neuf depuis la loi 24?”, Revue Synergie, October 2011 edition.