- Acted for Fortress in the sale of Central Maine & Quebec Railway to Canadian Pacific
- Acted for Novacap in the acquisition of a majority stake in Foliot Furniture Inc.
- Acted for Compass Datacenters LLC in the acquisition of ROOT Datacenters
- Acted for Joseph Ribcoff Inc in the sale of a majority stake to Novacap
- Acted for Novacap in its acquisition of Intelerad Medical Systems
Shari Munk-Manel practises employment and labour relations law, providing counsel to employers, and representing them in litigation and the resolution of disputes. She works frequently with startups and emerging companies in the communications, entertainment and media industry, as well as the retail sector
Assisting management with respect to all areas of employment and labour law, Shari advises on hiring, performance management, employment standards, employment policies, human rights issues, compensation plans, employee termination and severance packages. She also counsels vendors and purchasers on the employment aspects of corporate transactions.
Having appeared at all levels of court in Québec, Shari also advances the interests of employers in labour arbitrations, and before administrative boards and tribunals.
Shari’s broad commercial litigation practice encompasses shareholder, director and corporate control disputes, succession matters and construction law matters.
Navigating through COVID-19, Richter Jewish Chamber of CommerceApril 2020
Share Purchase and Asset Purchase Transactions, Employment and Labour Considerations, CACE Future Leaders Conference, Montreal, QCMay 1, 2017
Should it Stay or Should it Go? Litigation Holds, Corporate Counsel Series WebinarOctober 2016
Employee Privacy & Data Protection upon Employee Departure, Speaker, Association of Corporate CounselApril 2016
- “La nouvelle boss de McMillan,” by Gabriel Poirier, Droit-inc. (April 29, 2021)
- “Quebec Workers Have a Right to Refuse Unsafe Work,” by Catherine Skrzypinski, SHRM (August 9, 2019)
- Member of the Solomon Schechter Academy Board of Trustees
- Chair of the Solomon Schechter Academy HR committee
- Chair of the Solomon Schechter Academy Committee on Trustees
Education & Admissions
- “L’étendue de l’obligation de télétravail au Québec,” La Référence – Human Resources Bulletin, Édition Yvon Blais, a Thomson Reuters company (April 6, 2021)
- “Après la France, le Québec sera-t-il la deuxième région au monde à légiférer sur le droit à la déconnexion ?,” (August 2018)
- “Protection of Corporate Data from Disgruntled Ex-Employees,” Canadian Corporate Counsel (November 2015)
Insights by Shari Munk-Manel (23 Posts)
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
There are vaccines, and there will be (at some point) enough for everyone in Canada to receive it. But what happens if your employees refuse to be vaccinated?
This annual workshop addresses significant legal developments and provides practical advice on responding to employee issues.
The Québec government has authorized businesses to invite their employees progressively to return to their physical workplaces with the support of CNESST
A summary of the key ways to advance or continue litigation during the pandemic.
Establishing the New Normal: Return to Work Considerations in the COVID-19 Era
As COVID-19 restrictions begin to loosen in some jurisdictions, employers must consider the return to work process and what that entails.
As Valentine's Day approaches, it is important to review your policies against psychological harassment and conflicts of interest.
As Canada confirms its first cases of the Coronavirus, we remind employers and employees of their rights and responsibilities in the workplace.
Employment and Labour Seminar Series: Montréal
This seminar provides valuable practical advice to all employers seeking guidance on best practices in their workplace.
Employment and Labour Seminar Series: Toronto
Join us as we discuss significant legal developments and provide practical advice on critical issues facing employers in Canada.
Many of the federal government's changes to the Canada Labour Code, proposed through Bills C-44, C-63 and C-86, are now set to take effect on September 1, 2019.
Employment and Labour Seminar Series: Montréal.
Puff, Puff, Pass-ed: What Employers Need to Know About Cannabis Legalization
Join us for an interactive webinar as we take a closer look at the potential impact of cannabis legalization, as well as the rights and responsibilities of employers in the Bill C-45 era.
June 2018, Bill 176: An Act was enacted to amend the Act respecting labour standards and other legislative provisions mainly to facilitate family-work balance
March 20, 2018 Bill 176 respecting labour standards and legislative provisions to facilitate family-work balance presented by the Minister responsible for Labour to the Quebec National Assembly.
Justice Hamilton of the Quebec Superior Court decided that an independent worker governed by a service contract and not an employment contract was entitled to reasonable notice of termination
Please join us for a practical and in-depth discussion aimed at HR professionals, in-house counsel and operations managers, who want to prepare and better understand how Bill1 48 will impact their business.
Can a Manager be a Member of a Certified Association?
McMillan's Labour and Employment Group invites you to join us at our annual employment and labour seminar.
Dangers of Allowing the Tacit Renewal of Fixed-Term Employment Contracts
Major restructuring of the Quebec labour and employment institutions
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