Frédéric Massé has been practising with Heenan Blaikie’s Labour and Employment group since 2002.
In his role, Frédéric has developed a specialized expertise in collective labour relations and administrative law matters, particularly judicial reviews. He has been called upon to make several representations before numerous administrative tribunals (Commission des relations du travail, Tribunal administratif du Québec, Access to Information Commission), as well as before the Québec Superior Court, the Court of Appeal of Québec and the Supreme Court of Canada.
In addition, Frédéric has extensive experience with respect to collective labour relations between producers and artists and in collective bargaining negotiations, having served as both lead negotiator as well as external counsel in connection with numerous collective bargaining negotiations in a variety of industries, from film and television production, to the private education and industrial manufacturing sectors, at both the provincial and federal levels.
Frédéric also possesses in-depth experience in specialty practice areas, including pay equity, pension plan management and educational law, to name a few. He frequently assists our Firm’s clients with the development and implementation of complex strategies involving a number of different law sectors and those having significant multidisciplinary facets.
- LL.B., Université du Québec à Montréal, 1999
- Barreau du Québec
- Canadian Bar Association
Publications & Conferences
Speaker, “Social Media and Privacy in the New Workplace”, AccessPrivacy 2010, Toronto, March 25, 2010