Christine O’Donohue is an experienced litigation partner with a special expertise in employment law, executive compensation, privacy and labour related injunctions to restrain unlawful picketing. She has also gained considerable knowledge and expertise in a range of industries, including real estate and financial services.
Ms. O’Donohue provides practical and proactive advice to our clients’ human resource professionals to limit exposure to costly civil actions and human rights complaints. She is committed to helping clients resolve disputes in a sound, fair and business–minded manner and recommends mediation and arbitration where appropriate.
She works closely with clients to draft employment contracts and restrictive covenants, determine appropriate employee discipline, manage disability claims, and to implement workplace policies.
Ms. O’Donohue is often called upon to speak on emerging legal issues and counsels the strategic development of preventative policies and procedures to reduce exposure to litigation.
Ms. O’Donohue was appointed Miller Thomson’s Ontario Privacy Officer in 2003