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Emilia Nyitrai


Barreau du Québec 2005

Emilia Nyitrai

Emilia Nyitrai, LL.B.


Barreau du Québec 2005

Phone number

450 973-4020 #227

Email address


Sophie Quimper
450 973-4020 #262

Emilia Nyitrai counsels and represents our clients in fields such as occupational health and safety, employment injuries compensation, individual and collective labour relations, as well as access to information. Ms. Nyitrai regularly advocates on behalf of employers before the Tribunal administratif du travail (TAT) and in arbitration hearings. During her practice, she has developed an expertise in sectors such as construction, education and prehospital emergency services. She also provides various training sessions and regularly contributes to the firm's publications.

Academic training
  • Université de Montréal - LL.B. - 2004
  • Université catholique de Louvain, Belgique - European studies in law - 2003
Professional Affiliations
  • Member of the Barreau du Québec
  • Member of the Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE)
  • Member of the Réseau des femmes d'affaires du Québec
Involvement / Outreach

Specialized Committees

  • Collaborator to the Conseil du Patronat du Québec - Labour relations and health and safety advisory committees - since 2014

Conferences and trainings

How to draft an expert's mandate

One of the tools available to a manager in charge of disability cases is the medical assessment. Considering the determining impact that a medical assessment will have on how the case unfolds, it is important to use the physician’s expertise as thoroughly as possible. He is the expert after all!

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How to draft an objection to a SST claim

Those responsible for managing SST claims are often under the impression that workers’ compensation by the CNESST has practically become automatic, and that they don’t have a voice in the matter. However, though this may be somewhat time consuming, a timely submission of the employer’s viewpoint in a written objection to the CNESST can be a success factor. How can you criticize the CNESST for having accepted a claim when relevant facts that should have led to its dismissal were not brought to its attention? You can be sure that the worker will not do this on your behalf...

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Labour Relations: What happened in 2017?

Take a front row seat for this annual review of Labour Relations, and of the rulings that have impacted the day to day operations of employers in 2017. Understand the practical consequences of these rulings on your management approach and take stock of upcoming changes.

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Neglecting occupational health and safety: who goes to jail?

The Criminal Code foresees that all managers - from CEOs to foremen - may be held criminally liable for health and safety infractions. As the first criminal lawsuits are being launched against companies and the CNESST is watching employers more closely than ever - what do you need to know, and what should you do?

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The SST inspector, his range of intervention and its consequences

Under the Act respecting Occupational Health and Safety, the OHS inspector has a broad range of powers. His/her intervention in a given workplace can have serious consequences for an employer. But rest assured there are a number of recourses and defenses available to you. This workshop will allow you to determine when and how to use them effectively.

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To the exclusive service of employers

To the exclusive service of employers, Le Corre offers training workshops and publications on subjects solely pertaining to labour law. Both these tools help managers and human resources professionals to deal more effectively with the daily legal framework of their businesses.


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