Carl Panet-Raymond is a graduate of the Faculty of Law at Université de Montréal. He also holds a certificate in Human Resource Management from HEC Montréal. Carl joined Loranger Marcoux in 1994.
He practices in all areas of employment law and labour relations, advising clients with respect to strategic human resource planning, corporate reorganization, mergers and acquisitions.
Carl specializes in issues related to certifications and certification transfers arising out of sales or partial assignments of corporate assets, and with respect to the provisions of the Labour Code that prohibit the use of strike-breakers (Scabs).
He regularly represents management in the courtroom, and is a negotiator regularly acting for employers during negotiations to renew collective agreements.
Carl regularly lectures on a broad range of current labour law and employment issues. He is the author of an extensive study on applicable laws to employment contracts and jurisdiction of Quebec courts in the presence of external factors (Édition Yvon Blais, 2013).
Carl is vice-chairman of the board of directors of Collège Jean de La Mennais. He is also the secretary of the Comité au Canada de la Maison des Étudiants Canadiens à Paris, and sits on the Paris Board of Directors of the Maison des Étudiants Canadiens à Paris.
Some of our recent cases/implications:
Syndicat des travailleurs-euses de l’Hôtel des Seigneurs de Saint-Hyacinthe-CSN v. Silverbirch No. 13 Operations limited Partnership-Hôtel des Seigneurs-2012-QCCRT 2012. On behalf of management, we succeeded in obtaining dismissal of several complaints which alleged the use of strike-breakers pursuant to Article 109.1 of the Labour Code.
Syndicat des travailleurs-euses de l’Hôtel des Seigneurs de Saint-Hyacinthe-CSN v. Silverbirch No. 13 Operations limited Partnership-Hôtel des Seigneurs, April 22, 2013, Arbitrator Carol Jobin. We represented management in this case. The arbitrator declined jurisdiction in the matter, as the dispute fell more properly within the jurisdiction of the CSST.
Teamsters Québec, local 1999 (FTQ) v. Résidence CSH Le Riverain Inc., June 10, 2013, Arbitrator Denis Provencal. Acting on behalf of management, we were successful in obtaining dismissal of the union grievance which sought payment for a thirty (30) minute meal break period on behalf of several employees.