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Tanguay appointed vice-chair of Dunton Rainville board

Tuesday, April 23, 2019 @ 1:50 PM | By John Chunn


The law and notarial firm of Dunton Rainville announced the appointment of Yanick Tanguay as vice-chair of its executive board.  
 
During a recent board meeting, the firm’s partners took the opportunity to formalize Tanguay’s appointment to this important position.

Tanguay began his legal career in a regional law firm after being called to the Quebec bar in 1995. He joined Dunton Rainville in 1997 and became a partner in the firm in 2003. According to the firm’s press release, Tanguay’s in-depth knowledge of Dunton Rainville’s operating methods and entrepreneurial culture, his leadership, his listening skills and his understanding of the issues facing the legal community are assets that impelled his appointment by the board.

“We are delighted with the new role that Me Tanguay will now play within the executive board because this year, our firm took another step toward optimizing our operations and developing our business,” said Jean-Jacques Rainville, chairman of the board. “Dunton Rainville will celebrate its 65th anniversary in 2019 and we are committed to continuing to grow and to maintaining our position as one of the largest firms in Quebec. Me Tanguay will become an important player in this transformation,” concluded Rainville.

Tanguay said he is honoured by the trust placed in him by his partners. “I intend to do my utmost to carry out my new duties with rigour and determination. I am excited to contribute to the evolution of our firm,” he said. “I also wish to embody the entrepreneurial spirit, agility and creativity that characterize and distinguish our firm, as well as the values of integrity, solidarity and dedication to our clients,” added the vice-chairman.

Tanguay practises mainly in municipal law, labour and employment law and administrative law.