Hugo Babos-Marchand is an associate in the Litigation, Financial Restructuring & Insolvency and Transportation & Maritime Litigation practices. He focuses primarily on commercial, corporate law and banking law litigation, including extraordinary remedies, the enforcement of foreign judgments and commercial arbitration.
Hugo regularly acts for both public and private companies and for various financial institutions. He has represented clients before all levels of courts in Québec as well as before the Federal Court and various administrative tribunals.
Hugo has been practising as an associate of the firm since his call to the Québec Bar. In 2008, he served as co-Chair of the Canadian Constitutional Affairs Conference in which more than 250 lawyers, judges and politicians took part. In 2010, he completed a master’s degree in law at McGill University for which he was awarded the Aubrey-Senez Bursary. His master’s thesis dealt with the incorporation of the Norwich order in Québec judicial law.