Hubert Pepin is a partner who focuses his practice on business law and labour law. In business law, he handles cases related to sales and acquisitions and corporate organization and reorganization, including intergenerational transfers.
In his labour law practice, Mr. Pepin handles matters related to arbitration, labour standards, and collective bargaining.
His clients are mainly wholesalers, retailers, and manufacturers. He is often called upon as a negotiator in the reopening of collective agreements for distressed businesses.
In his business law practice, Mr. Pepin provides advice pertaining to various business matters, including shareholder relationships and employer relationships with management and non-management personnel. Mr. Pepin also provides legal advice on issues related to estate planning.
In 1980, Mr. Pepin was Bâtonnier of the Barreau de Saint-François. He has taught civil procedure and civil law in the law faculty of Université de Sherbrooke. He frequently sits on advisory committees of private corporations and on boards of directors.
- LL.L., Université de Sherbrooke, 1967
- B.A., Université Laval, 1963
- Member of the Barreau du Québec since 1968