Justin Tetreault is a Senior Associate lawyer with Grosman Gale Fletcher Hopkins LLP representing both employers and employees in all aspects of labour and employment law, including hiring and dismissal, employment contracts, performance management and discipline, employment policies, and human rights issues.
Justin has a strong advocacy background and has acted or assisted in matters before labour arbitrators, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Divisional Court, the Ontario Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Justin has written several articles and papers on employment law issues. In 2016, he presented at the “Six Minute Employment Lawyer” conference on the topic of summary judgment motions. He is a regular contributor to the Firm’s Employment Bulletin. Justin’s articles on employment law have also appeared online for websites such as Canadian Lawyer Magazine and Huffington Post Canada.
During law school, Justin summered with the National Hockey League Players’ Association, where he was responsible for assisting with salary arbitration cases between NHL players and their clubs.
Actively involved in politics, Justin has worked on Parliament Hill and at Queen’s Park, including a summer spent at the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, where he became closely acquainted with Ontario’s human rights system.
A leader in the employment law community, Justin currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Ontario Bar Association’s Labour and Employment section.