We are very pleased to announce that the law firm De Bousquet Professional Corporation will be blogging regularly on First Reference Talks!
De Bousquet law offers experienced counsel and representation in multiple aspects of employment law, labour relations, commercial law and civil litigation.
Jean-Alexandre De Bousquet, founder of De Bousquet law, interned for the Canadian Centre for International Justice, worked for an Ottawa law firm and pursued a career with the Attorney General of Ontario.
In 2014, Jean-Alexandre was named one of Ontario’s “leading experts” in human rights law by Legal Action Magazine.
Jean-Alexandre handles cases related to wrongful dismissal, workplace discrimination, breach of contract, fraud and commercial disputes. Jean-Alexandre is fully fluent in French and English and represents clients before courts and tribunals using both official languages. Before the practice of law, Jean-Alexandre was a journalist at the CBC for three years. Other notable achievements include employment with the Canada Research Chair on Native Peoples and Legal Diversity, the Canadian Research Chair on Metis Identity and the Urban League, a U.S. civil rights organization. Jean-Alexandre has also published articles in prominent academic journals and presented papers at international conferences in Canada and the U.S.
You can learn more about Jean-Alexandre and De Bousquet PC and their team by visiting their website.
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