Kris Noonan
Kris Noonan
(403) 266-9038
(403) 266-9034
888 3rd St SW, Suite 4300, Banker's Hall W, Calgary, AB
Year called to bar: 2009 (AB)
Kris Noonan is a partner in the Employment & Labour Group. His practice focuses on employment and labour law, privacy law, and human rights. Kris is a management-side lawyer that represents a diverse group of employers in both union and non-union work environments, with various human resources and labour relations issues, including drafting employment agreements, workplace policies, restrictive covenants and non-disclosure agreements, termination practices and procedures, discipline and grievances, human rights issues and investigations, collective bargaining, labour arbitration, and advice and litigation arising from terminations and departing employees. He regularly advises on drug and alcohol testing policies and practices, including in the emerging area of law surrounding the legalization and use of cannabis. Kris also has extensive experience advising clients on employment and labour matters in the context of corporate transactions.
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