About Marvin J. Huberman
Marvin J. Huberman is a senior litigation lawyer practising in Toronto. He is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a specialist in civil litigation, and is a mediator, arbitrator, former administrative law judge, and adjunct law professor at Osgoode Hall Law School.
For over 20 years, Mr. Huberman has served as independent and general counsel for a variety of individuals, businesses, financial institutions, governments and other organizations. Marvin has expertise in corporate-commercial litigation and administrative and public law, including cases involving contracts, labour, drug and alcohol testing, corporate governance and shareholder remedies, securities, tax, insurance, cross-border litigation, directors and officers fiduciary duties, torts, transportation law, professional liability and ethics, and constitutional/human rights before all levels of trial and appellate courts and numerous administrative tribunals.
Marvin holds a Master of Laws Degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law School where he taught legal ethics and trial advocacy, and served as a negotiation and mediation coach. He has also served as a civil litigation and advocacy Instructor at the Law Society of Upper Canada, Bar Admission Course.
He is a past Chair of the National and Ontario Civil Litigation Sections of the Canadian Bar Association, and a recipient of a Dedicated Professional Service Award from that organization. Mr. Huberman was appointed by the Chief Justice as a member of the Civil Rules Committee (Comité des règles en matière civile), pursuant to the Courts of Justice Act (Ont.).
Mr. Huberman has authored/co-authored six books and numerous published articles, including Carswell's texts entitled "Civil Actions", "Appellate Advocacy", and "Pre-Trial Conferences", and "Advocacy, War, and the Art of Strategy", published by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Marvin is a tenacious, effective litigator, mediator, and arbitrator with demonstrated integrity, professional judgment, and a trail of success.
Mr. Huberman is a founding member of the Chief Justice of Ontario's Advisory Committee on Professionalism (2001), and was appointed to the Competition Law and Policy Task Force of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. He served as Chair of the ADR Institute of Ontario Inc.'s Intellectual Property and Technology Section, and was a director of that organization.
Normal Geographical Limits to Practice
All of Ontario
Dispute Resolution Services
Third Party Neutral
Home Visits and/or Visits to Institutionalized Clients
Accepts Collect Calls
Returns Long Distance Messages