Nadine Landry is an Associate at Lavery, where she focuses her practice in the area of labour law, specializing in employee mobility and economic immigration matters. She represents and advises a number of businesses with respect to the process of hiring foreign workers and transferring key employees to Canada.
She also represents entrepreneurs, investors, senior executives, managers and skilled workers wishing to settle in Canada on a temporary or permanent basis.
In addition, Ms. Landry has work experience in the cultural field and several years of involvement with the national and international sports communities. She was a member of the boards of directors of various organizations in these fields and also held the position of President of Synchro Canada for a few years.
Once only a concern of large corporations, globalization henceforth affects companies and countries of all sizes, which now battle for market share on a planetary scale. What is true abroad also affects us here at home. To meet these new imperatives, firms must adapt to the reality of business.
Recently, 34 new lawyers specialized in business law joined the firm. Lavery initiated this spectacular transformation in order to provide the business community with comprehensive services in all areas of the law. While business is changing, certain fundamental values remain the same. Thus, at every step of the mandate, our lawyers will always focus on the essential: finding timely and cost-effective solutions that fully address the client's situation, without ever compromising excellence.
While simple in appearance, this approach, grounded in the firm's recognized expertise, as refined over many client mandates, and supported by effective resources, is designed to:
encourage work in multidisciplinary teams, including legal specialists in the forefront of their field, where required;
foster informed and sound judgments, rigorous intellectual discipline and exceptional ingenuity
focus attention on our clients' needs, protect their true interests, and ensure a continuous exchange of information
prevent conflicts of interest
provide all the requisite technological support
Firm Practice Areas
Business Transactions/Mergers and Acquisitions
Competition and Anti-trust
Financing and Financial Services
Information and Privacy Law
Labour and Employment
Pension and Benefits