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Successfully argued major labour arbitration cases

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Successfully argued major labour arbitration cases, including, among numerous others, the following recent decisions: The question of whether locked-out employees can claim damages from their employer: Blondin et Montreal Gazette Group Inc., une entreprise de Can-West et (Syndicat canadien des communications, de l'énergie et du papier, section locale 145 et Montreal Gazette Group Inc., une entreprise de Can-West), 2005-03-18, D.T.E. 2005T-421, (C.S., 2006-03-31), 500-17-026195-050, 2006 QCCS 1718, SOQUIJ AZ-50365181, (C.A., 2006-11-27), 500-09-016637-068, 2006 QCCA 1522, SOQUIJ AZ-50399228, J.E. 2006-2355; The correction of errors in the administration of a collective agreement in kind rather than in cash: Syndicat canadien des communications, de l'énergie et du papier, section locale 162Q (F.T.Q.) et Pétromont, société en commandite par Pétromont Inc. (usine pétrochimique de Varennes), D.T.E. 2003T-468, SA 03-01076; The entitlement of employees on light duties (temporary assignment in a CSST matter) to claim compensation for unworked overtime: Syndicat canadien des communications, de l'énergie et du papier, section locale 175 et Petro-Canada, raffinerie de Montréal, 15 février 2007 (grief 175-M-01111); The dismissal of employees for time fraud: Syndicat national de l'automobile, de l'aérospatiale, du transport et des autres travailleuses et travailleurs du Canada (T.C.A.-Canada) et E.M.S. Technologies Canada ltée, D.T.E. 2004T-330, SA 03-12079.