Hubert G. Menendez, Esq.
Associate
(305) 431-5678
9700 South Dixie Hwy, Penthouse 1100, Miami, Florida 33156

Hubert G. Menendez (“Hubie”) is an Associate in the Business and Franchise Law division of the firm. Hubert began his clerkship with the firm in 2018 after his second year of law school. During his clerkship, Hubert assisted with a varied area of issues and disputes including, but not limited to, real estate, corporate disputes, lease negotiations, and fiduciary duties. 

Prior to attending law school and joining the firm, Hubert discovered his passion for law while working in the accounts and human resources department at a Miami law firm specializing in protecting homeowners’ rights against their insurance carriers for unpaid claims following catastrophic losses. After his first year of law school, Hubert maintained a clerkship at a civil defense firm where he worked on cases defending businesses from claims of premises liability, products liability, and negligent hiring.

Hubert graduated from the Florida International University with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. Hubert received his Juris Doctorate from the Florida International University College of Law, where he was on the Dean’s List for multiple semesters and graduated in the top third of his class. Hubert also received the Cali Excellence Award for Real Estate Transactions. He was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2019. He is a member of the Dade County Bar Association, Cuban American Bar Association, and  South Miami Kendall Bar Association.

In his free time, Hubert enjoys a wide-range of hobbies including cycling, drone photography, collecting rare ornamental shrimp from Taiwan and aquascaping; but above all, Hubert loves to discover that next great hobby. Hubert can be reached at hubert@tremblylaw.com.

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