Yves A. Dubois  


Executive Summary

Yves Dubois has been working for more than 30 years in the field of real estate and construction law. His areas of practice also include administrative law, environmental law and municipal law.

Yves also practices in the field of corporate and commercial law, advising private corporations. His clients are drawn from fields as varied as health, energy, food processing, textiles, consumer products, engineering, steel, pulp and paper, environmental protection, construction and real estate.

Representative Work

  • Yves Dubois has acted as counsel to many public health establishments at all levels.
  • He has served as a consultant to several real estate developers in the organisation of their corporate structure, acquisitions, construction and project development activities, as well as in their operations.
  • He has been involved in real estate projects as varied as the construction and design of industrial buildings, including a polytrimethylene terephthalate plant, an ethanol production plant, a cogeneration plant, new wind turbines for the production of electricity, office buildings, shopping centres, residential buildings, hotels, health facilities and municipal infrastructures.
  • Yves has also acted for many building owners and for portfolios of industrial, office or commercial buildings, in negotiating sale and purchase contracts.
  • He has served as a legal advisor to a major construction entity in Québec.
  • He has advised a large number of corporations and non-profit foundations working in the healthcare sector.
  • Yves advises clients on a broad range of corporate, real estate, construction and commercial law matters, including acquisitions and divestiture, municipal taxation and real estate assessment in connection with institutional and commercial properties, as well as contractual provisions and risk management.
  • Yves also advises on matters of licensing, regulatory compliance, the drafting of contractual clauses, risk management, the planning and structuring of due diligence activities, financing, acquisition, sale and the ownership of assets with difficult environmental characteristics, assets and businesses, and defending environment-related allegations, particularly in class actions.

Rankings & Recognitions

  • Recognized in the 2020 edition (and since 2012) of Best Lawyers in Canada (Real Estate Law).