Charles Caza

Charles Caza

Lawyer - CRIA

Bar Admission 1991

Law degree, Université du Québec à Montréal
Graduate courses, Université de Montréal
Certified industrial relations counsellor (CIRC)

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After 25 years of practice, 20 of which were as a senior partner in a large Montreal firm, Charles is a tremendous asset for our employment and labour law team. Throughout his career, Charles has achieved prominence in his areas of expertise, whether in labour and employment law, administrative law, health law or public law.

An excellent communicator, Charles frequently gives lectures on a private basis for his clients and in the public sphere. He has also taught at the Bar school and at the HEC Montréal.  

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Charles is also a well-known author; for example, he wrote l’Alter Ego de la Loi sur les normes du travail and collaborated in writing a treatise regarding remedies for wrongful dismissal, both of which were published by Wilson & Lafleur. 

And, more recently, he authored a book that was released in December 2013 entitled l’Éthique et la déontologie des élus et fonctionnaires municipaux as part of the Synthèse collection published by Wilson & Lafleur.

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  • Services

    • Access to Information
    • Collective Agreement Negotiation
    • Collective Dismissal
    • cost transferring and cost sharing
    • Criminal Claims
    • Disciplinary Measures and Dismissal
    • Grievance Arbitration and Adjudication
    • Labour and Employment Law
    • Labour Standards
    • Municipal Ethics and Good Conduct
    • Pay Equity
    • Strategic Coaching
    • Union Certification
    • Workplace Harassment
    • Workplace Health and Safety
  • Professional activities

    During my many years of practice, I have developed an expertise as a strategic advisor and as a spokesperson during collective agreement negotiations. This type of mandate is especially exhilarating because one has to find the compromise that both sides are willing to make to settle the matter, which is a situation that is usually far from easy.

  • Social Involvement

    I believe in community involvement and, as such, I volunteer in many chartable organizations. I am particularly drawn to health-related causes, especially those dedicated to mental health issues. I have served on the Board of the Philippe-Pinel Institute Foundation, the South Shore Alzheimer Society and the Charles-Lemoyne Hospital Foundation, to name a few.


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