Recognized for my pragmatic advice and solutions, my global vision of a company’s business means I can easily integrate yours and support you in all your projects.
With over 20 years of practice, including more than a decade in labour and employment law in both unionized and non-unionized environments, Stéphanie Véronneau is an experienced lawyer and manager.
With her keen ability to solve complex problems and strong negotiating skills, Stéphanie supports her clients in all their cases with agility and tact. She is particularly appreciated for her inclusive, solutionoriented approach, and is recognized for her thoroughness, creativity and leadership.
In addition to her career as a lawyer, Stéphanie is also co-owner of a SME business in building automation and energy management services.
Before becoming an entrepreneur at Delegatus, Stéphanie worked as an outsourced lawyer in the litigation department of a major Canadian railway company. On this occasion, she provided support in several files, including some of a litigious nature concerning human rights.
Previously, at Laurentian Bank, Stéphanie worked as legal counsel, then senior manager, and finally assistant vice-president of labour relations and human resources. Her experience in a variety of roles has enabled her to develop a global vision and an understanding of the company’s issues.
In her various roles, she has supported senior management as well as various work groups and teams in the deployment, execution and completion of multiple projects in support of the company’s business plan, including the implementation of initiatives, training and internal policies related to employment law, labor relations and human resources.
Stéphanie began her career at Dunton Rainville, first as an articling student, then as an associate. She has worked on numerous cases in collaboration with her colleagues in labour and employment law, civil litigation, municipal law, administrative law and family law. In this capacity, she drafted pleadings, represented clients in court, completed extensive legal research, and wrote opinions and recommendations.