Louis Ste-Marie, partner, has 20 years’ experience practicing labor and employment law. He counsels employers on individual and collective workplace relations, labor standards, workplace accidents and occupational diseases, occupational health and safety, human rights and freedoms, and administrative law. He regularly represents clients before administrative and law courts over matters of workplace relations. He also represents employers settling in matters before these administrative tribunals and during collective bargaining.
For several years Mr. Ste-Marie has taught courses on labor and employment law, workplace accidents and occupational diseases, and negotiation techniques at the Quebec Bar School.
Title: Equity partner
Education: LL.B., Université Laval (1993)
On the Roll of the Order: 1994
• Cain Lamarre Casgrain Wells (Quebec City) (2012 to present)
• Norton Rose (Quebec City) (2011)
• Ogilvy Renault (Quebec City) (1997 to 2011)
• Desjardins Ducharme (Quebec City) (1996 and 1997)
• Trudel Nadeau (Quebec City) (1993 to 1996)
Lecturing, Conferences, Publications: Teaches labor and employment law, occupational health and safety law, and negotiating techniques at the Quebec Bar School
Associations, Committees, Boards: Member, board of directors, Fondation Saint-François
Distinctions: Recognized for his expertise in occupational health and safety law by The Best Lawyers in Canada