Laura Inglis has a litigation practice that is dedicated to labour and employment and health law.
Labour & Employment:
Laura provides strategic advice to employers on all aspects of the employment relationship, from inception to termination. With a focus on managing and mitigating risk, she routinely advises on workplace policies and protocols, contracts, privacy, human rights, and workers compensation issues. Laura works with clients in a variety of industries, including construction, manufacturing, energy, education, and information technology. In addition, she advises on labour and employment issues that arise in the course of commercial mergers and acquisitions.
Laura has represented federally and provincially regulated employers before various courts and tribunals. She assists clients with complaints made to the Employment Standards Board, the Alberta Human Rights Commission, and the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner.
Laura has extensive experience representing physicians in regulatory matters and litigation, including malpractice actions, criminal proceedings, professional discipline, privileging, fatality inquiries, privacy issues, and billing reviews.
To complement her practice, Laura volunteers with CPLED (Alberta’s Bar Admission program). She is a past member of the executive for the CBA Labour & Employment Law (North) section.
Laura has recently joined the Alberta Jubilee Auditoria Society (AJAS) Board.