Dominique practices labour and employment law and has acquired particular expertise in the area of pensions and benefits. He represents a wide array of clients from various economic sectors such as high technology, consulting engineering, print media, financial services, food and beverages, heavy equipment and restaurants. He is well experienced in both the conciliatory and contentious aspects of legal work.
Mr. Monet has broad experience before practically all labour law decision-making bodies: adjudicators, administrative tribunals, labour relations boards, and the Superior Courts. He has been the spokesperson for the employer during the negotiation of several collective agreements. He also drafts employment agreements and advises his clients in cases of dismissal and lay-off.
In the area of pension plans, Dominique regularly advises his clients on pension fund management, corporate governance, plan content and amendment, issues related to surpluses, deficits and contribution waivers and, in general, all legal issues related to pension funds and other group retirement savings plans. He handles many inter-provincial cases and represents employers in this sector before arbitrators and courts, mainly in class actions and extraordinary remedies.
- Member, Barreau du Québec
- Member, Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario)
- Member, Bar of Montréal
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Member, International Pension and Employee Benefits Lawyers Association (IPEBLA)
- Member, Advisory Committee of la Régie des rentes du Québec
- Member, Canadian Pension & Benefits Institute
- Member of the Board, The Canadian Club of Montréal (2002-2007)
- Member of the Editorial Board of the McGill Law Journal (1982-1984)