Mr Guy-François Lamy, who practiced law with Loranger Marcoux prior to joining the Conseil du Patronat du Québec (CPQ), was recently appointed Vice-President, Labour and Legal Affairs of this organization.

Mr Guy-François Lamy is a graduate of the Faculty of Law of the University of Montreal and member of the Barreau du Québec. Prior to his appointment, Mr Lamy was Director of Legal Affairs at CPQ, responsible for the supervision and coordination of members of employers’ associations with the Commission des lésions professionnelles.

Prior to joining the Conseil du patronat du Québec, in 2012, Mr Lamy acted for several years as solicitor and legal counsel in the public and private sectors, particularly at Loranger Marcoux and Hydro-Québec. He principally specializes in labour and employment law, and public law.

As Director of Legal Affairs at the Conseil du patronat, Mr. Lamy applied his wide-ranging expertise in advising and representing the institution in various matters involving Quebec employers at the provincial, federal and even international levels. He also acted as coordinator of management delegations within various sub-committees of the labour consultative committee and manpower committee and represented Quebec management as part of the Canadian delegation at the International Labour Conference. Mr Lamy is frequently invited to speak at various conferences and asked to comment on current legal developments through media outlets. He is also a professor of labour law, drafting and negotiation at the École du Barreau du Québec.

Mr Lamy will be enthusiastically supported in the execution of his duties by colleagues known for their excellence, including Mr Dominique Malo and Ms Roxanne Gauthier, both of whom are executive advisors at CPQ.