Ryley Mennie: Lawyer with McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Ryley Mennie

Vancouver,  BC  Canada

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University University of British Columbia, B.A., 2007
Law SchoolDalhousie University, J.D., 2011
Admitted2013, British Columbia
Memberships Canadian Bar Association.


Ryley Mennie is an associate in our Labour & Employment Group in Vancouver. He advises and represents clients regarding a broad range of issues relating to labour, employment, human rights, privacy and immigration law. Mr. Mennie also assists clients with drafting and interpreting employment agreements and advising input on a wide variety of employment and labour related issues in business transactions.

Mr. Mennie joined the firm in July 2013 after clerking at the British Columbia Supreme Court in 2011-2012. He obtained a BA from the University of British Columbia in 2007 and his JD from Dalhousie University in 2011.

Mr. Mennie is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and was called to the British Columbia bar in 2013.


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Holiday Parties - Keep the Season Jolly
Ryley Mennie, November 28, 2014
Our colleague in Toronto, Melissa Kennedy, recently posted about the joys and legal perils of workplace holiday parties. Her post is an excellent reminder of best practices every employer should undertake to make sure that a holiday party does not lead to less jolly legal consequences. We reproduce...

Unsafe Work Refusals Narrower After October 31 for Federal Workers
Ryley Mennie,Jacques Rousse, November 15, 2014
Amendments to the Canada Labour Code (CLC) introduced by the federal government in its omnibus Budget Bill C-4 last year are set to take effect on October 31, 2014. All of the amendments concern Part II of the CLC addressing Occupational Health and Safety.

Rare Costs Award at BC Human Rights Tribunal for Improper Conduct
Ryley Mennie, September 26, 2014
Despite an employer’s legitimate basis for terminating an employee’s employment, it will often find itself a respondent to a human rights complaint following termination. The costs for employers to defend a human rights complaint can be very high and, unlike in the courts, the B.C....

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Ryley Mennie

777 Dunsmuir Street, Suite 1300
VancouverBC V7Y 1K2

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