Mireille Germain is a talented litigation lawyer with a practice focused on employment and labour relations.
Experienced in the preparation of opinions, and development of strategies, pleadings and procedures, Mireille also represents clients before the Québec courts. She provides advice on all aspects of labour and employment law and class actions.
Mireille also offers significant expertise in commercial and civil litigation, including in connection with civil liability, contract liability, product liability, professional liability and consumer protection.
Prior to her legal studies, Mireille studied police technology and held a number of law enforcement positions.
Directorships & Affiliations
- Young Bar of Montreal
- The Advocates’ Society
Education & Admissions
- “International Fraud & Asset Tracing 2022 (Canada Chapter),” Chambers and Partners (June, 2022)
- “International Fraud & Asset Tracing 2021 (Canada Chapter),” Chambers and Partners (April, 2021)
- “L’étendue de l’obligation de télétravail au Québec,” La Référence – Human Resources Bulletin, Édition Yvon Blais, a Thomson Reuters company (April 6, 2021)
Insights (13 Posts)View More
Bill C-13: The Federal Government’s Answer to Bill 96, Notably Imposes New Obligations to Use French in Workplaces for Federal Employers
Bill C-13 - French language requirements for federally regulated businesses in Canada
Last Minute Fine Tuning – Québec Government Tries to Soften the Blow of Some of the More Far-Reaching Requirements Under Bill 96, as Applicable to Government Interactions
Entry into force of the Regulation respecting the language of the civil administration and the Regulation respecting the derogations to the duty of exemplarity
The webinar discusses the rigorous language obligations imposed by Bill 96 on businesses and its significant impact on employers, as well as the recent significant changes to both Québec’s occupational health and safety legislation and Québec’s privacy legislation which employers should be aware of.
This article discusses an employer's right to request its employees' vaccination status.
Quebec follows the lead of the common law provinces taking legislative action to encourage vaccination.
Scope of the Telework Obligation in Quebec
A New Lockdown and Curfew in Quebec: What Employers Must Know
This annual workshop addresses significant legal developments and provides practical advice on responding to employee issues.
A Bill amending the Charter of the French Language would create new linguistic obligations for employers if it were enacted.
As Valentine's Day approaches, it is important to review your policies against psychological harassment and conflicts of interest.
This seminar provides valuable practical advice to all employers seeking guidance on best practices in their workplace.
Employment and Labour Seminar Series: Montréal.
Deals & Cases (1 Posts)
McMillan LLP was involved in all facets of the transaction and provided multi-disciplinary advice to Novacap with a team led by Charles Chevrette and Enda Wong (Corporate & M&A).
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