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Dunton Rainville partner named to Quebec labour tribunal

Monday, June 10, 2019 @ 2:44 PM | By John Chunn


The Montreal law firm of Dunton Rainville announced that partner Pierre St-Onge has been appointed judge of the Tribunal administratif du travail. St-Onge will assume his new position at the tribunal which oversees labour, occupational health and safety issues in Quebec on June 10.
 
According to the firm’s press release, for the last 20 years, St-Onge has focused his practice on labour relations, occupational health and safety and administrative law. In addition to pleading before the courts and acting as a negotiator in mediation sessions, he has guided and advised employers at all levels.
 
“It is with great pride that we learned that Me St-Onge had been appointed judge of the Tribunal administratif du travail. We wish him every success in his new position and express our gratitude for his invaluable contributions to our firm. As a lawyer, his rigour, dedication and loyalty earned him high regard from his clients and peers throughout his 14 years with Dunton Rainville, including 12 years as a partner,” said  Yanick Tanguay, vice-chair of Dunton Rainville’s executive board.
 
St-Onge was admitted to the Quebec bar in 1999. He earned a bachelor of lLaw from the Université Laval after studying briefly at the University of Western Ontario. He is also a member of the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés (CRHA).