Louis-Martin Dubé is a partner with more than twenty-five years' experience in real estate law acquired in national law firms and a major Canadian financial institution. He advises and represents property owners, institutions, developers, pension funds, asset managers, lenders, and tenants in a wide range of real estate transactions, including acquisitions, development projects, financing, and leasing.
Mr. Dubé’s advice and services are in demand for purchase, sale, and financing transactions involving office buildings, shopping centers, industrial assets, and residential complexes. He also represents property owners with respect to all aspects of real estate ownership, including development, management, and leasing.
Mr. Dubé regularly speaks on topical issues in real estate law. For more than fifteen years, he has been co-speaker at the annual review of case law presented by the Canadian Bar Association.