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Natalie Bussière

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Recent representative matters include advising:

  • Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. on its acquisition of 73.17% of the interests in Wabush Mines joint venture held by U.S. Steel Canada Inc. and ArcelorMittal Dofasco Inc.

  • Comvest Investment Partners Holdings, LLC on its acquisition of Lennox Hearth Products from Lennox International

  • Standard Life on the sale of its Canadian business to Manulife for C$4-billion

Awards & Recognition

Natalie is recognized as a leading lawyer in the following publications:

  • Chambers Canada: Canada's Leading Lawyers for Business (2023: Employment & Labour; 2018–2023: Pensions & Benefits)

  • The Best Lawyers in Canada 2023 – Lawyer of the Year (Employee Benefits Law)

  • The Best Lawyers in Canada – 2021–2023 (Employee Benefits Law, Labour and Employment Law)

  • The Legal 500 Canada – 2019–2023 (Pensions)

  • The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory – 2019–2022 (Pensions and Employee Benefits – Employer)

  • Who's Who Legal: Canada – 2020–2021 (Labour, Employment & Benefits)

  • Who's Who Legal: Labour, Employment & Benefits 2020

  • Who's Who Legal: Arbitration 2020

Professional Activities

Natalie is a member of the Bar of Montreal, the Quebec Bar Association, the Canadian Bar Association and the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute. Between 1998 and 2002, she was a member of the Joint Committee of the Bar of Montreal and the Labour Tribunal. Between 2002 and 2008, she sat on the Joint Committee of the Bar of Montreal and the Labour Relations Commission.

Natalie has taught labour law and introduction to international law for several semesters at McGill University (continuing education). During the past several years, she has been a speaker on numerous occasions on the subject of pension plans and employee benefits as well as labour and employment law.

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Education

MBA, HEC Montréal – 2002
Admitted to the Quebec Bar – 1994
LLB, Université de Montréal – 1993

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