Mr. Leduc advises employers in both the federal and Québec jurisdictions on the application and interpretation of collective agreements, on labour standards and on human rights and freedoms. He is particularly qualified to advise on issues in the areas of labour standards, restrictive covenants (non-compete and non-solicitation agreements), certification and the protection of personal information. He has in-depth knowledge of workplace harassment issues and leading discrimination cases. His knowledge of the rules that govern the management of absenteeism, workplace discipline and performance is vast. Mr. Leduc is also a seasoned trial lawyer who regularly represents the largest companies in Canada, small and medium-sized businesses, public and para public bodies and professional orders before grievance and dispute arbitrators, the Québec Administrative Labour Tribunal, the Québec Human Rights Tribunal, the Canada Industrial Relations Board, the Québec Superior Court, the Federal Court of Canada and the appeal courts. He is regularly called upon to act as a spokesperson in collective bargaining in various sectors including the security industry, professional orders and manufacturing. He taught at the École du Barreau du Québec for several years and regularly speaks at conferences.