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Me JULIE CUDDIHY

In over 20 years of practicing labour and employment law, including in an international law firm, Me Cuddihy forged a solid reputation for quality, effectiveness and thoroughness. Her in-depth knowledge of labour and employment law, her experience in various courts and her credibility with adjudicators and other persons active in this field enable her to guide her clients with a firm tread through dispute resolution. Or better yet, through conflict prevention.

She knows from experience that a legal strategy with rapid response can help employers avoid difficult and, in the long run, very costly conflict situations.

In recent years, Me Cuddihy has developed an expertise in conflict resolution in the workplace, notably in situations of harassment.

She is known for her neutrality, her impartiality and her understanding of the issues in the investigations and mediations she conducts. Her interventions are characterized by rigor and openness.

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Member of the Quebec Bar – since 1996

Accredited Mediator with the Quebec Bar and l’Institut de médiation et d’arbitrage du Québec (IMAQ)

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PUBLICATIONS AND RECENT PRESENTATIONS

Publications

The Evolution of Cross-Border Data Flow: Emerging Business and Privacy Issues, American Bar Association, 2009, in collaboration

Facebook in breach of PIPEDA, Privacy Bulletin, Fasken, 2009, in collaboration

Presentations

2012

Les recours en matière de harcèlement et violence au travail, Montreal

2011

La gestion des risques en matière de conflit au travail, Montreal

Le droit de l’emploi au Québec, Montreal International, Montreal

2010

Harcèlement psychologique, Laval

2009

Evidentiary Privilege In Canada, Forum of Ombudsman, Montreal

Le contrat de travail, Symposium Fasken, Montreal

Le droit de l’emploi et les employés étrangers, Montreal International, Montreal

Also

Customized training and presentations to businesses on many issues, including on discriminatory or psychological harassment, management of absenteeism, recent developments in labour and employment law and in human rights.