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Pierre-L. Baribeau

Pierre-L. Baribeau



  • Class Actions
  • Government affairs and public law litigation
  • Health and social services
  • Aboriginal

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Quebec, Canada



In addition to being certified as a mediator by the Barreau du Québec, Pierre-L. Baribeau acts as counsel to senior executives and the boards of directors of private and public corporations and organizations, both in Québec and the other Canadian provinces. He also acts as legal counsel in class actions in Québec, Canada and the United States.

In addition, his practice covers the areas of labour law (he has negotiated more than 250 collective agreements), employment law and administrative law.

 Author - articles on labour law

Guest speaker for both private and public provincial and national organizations in Québec and Canada


  • D.S.A. (2nd cycle), HEC Montréal, 1979
  • B.C.L., McGill University, 1974
Areas of Practice

Aboriginal | Class Actions | Government affairs and public law litigation | Health and social services | Health Law | Labour and Employment | Mediation and Arbitration

Professional Career

Professional Associations

Canadian Bar Association
Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers
International Bar Association
International Law Association
Quebec Society for Medicine and Law
International Society for Labour Law and Social Security
The Canadian Institute of Law and Medicine (Executive Committee, Health Law)

Professional Activities and Experience

  • Best Lawyer 2016
  • Lexpert ANG
  • Best Lawyer 2018
  • Best Lawyers 2019
  • Best Lawyers 2020


  • Despite a Recent Judgment of the Superior Court Pertaining to Employees Hired Through an Employment Agency, the Agency may be the True Employer, Depending on the Circumstances
  • In accommodation matters, the employer must take into consideration both the rights of the employee and those of the clientele
  • Sexual abuse and prescription: The Supreme Court intervenes in an action governed by Quebec law
  • Serious breaches of the duty of loyalty by a human resources employee – Dismissal upheld by the C.R.T.

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