Christine Plante has a general commercial litigation practice with a particular emphasis on civil fraud recovery, employment law and shareholder disputes.
Christine provides full-service advice with respect to all employment matters including: employee terminations; illness and disability; human rights; drug and alcohol testing; compensation matters; the preparation and enforcement of employment contracts, confidentiality agreements, non-solicitation and non-competition covenants; employment policies and procedures; and, successorship planning.
"Satisfied clients praise Christine Plante's 'efficiency and knowledge, which is excellent in all areas; furthermore she's very easy to communicate with.' Interviewees add that she offers 'high-quality service, and she is practical and prompt.'"
Christine also has significant experience with various civil remedies for effective fraud recovery, including obtaining and enforcing preservation and attachment orders, disclosure orders, discovery orders and receivership orders in order trace, freeze and recover stolen assets and information.
Christine also represents clients in a wide range of corporate and shareholder matters including derivative claims and oppression actions, and provides advice concerning shareholder and director duties and shareholder and partnership agreements.
Christine appears before all levels of court in Alberta and several administrative tribunals, and also represents her clients in mediations and arbitrations.
Christine makes frequent presentations to clients and the public on employment law, fraud law and other corporate/commercial litigation matters.
Christine sits on the Board of Directors of the Brenda Strafford Society for the Prevention of Domestic Violence.