Marvin J. Huberman — Dedicated To Improving Society And Justice
The Rules Of Professional Conduct Are A Floor, Not A Ceiling
Marvin J. Huberman, LL.B., LL.M (ADR), C.Arb, C.S. (Commercial Litigation) is a senior business lawyer, mediator, commercial arbitrator and former administrative judge based in Toronto, Ontario.
Throughout a legal career spanning over 30 years, Mr. Huberman has consistently appeared at the forefront - dedicating his knowledge, experience and energy to developing and advancing the legal profession.
He is a prolific author, speaker, legal instructor, award recipient, counsel on numerous reported cases, and member, chair and director of various legal committees, task forces and associations.
Always Striving For The Highest-Quality Professionalism
Mr. Huberman's philosophy of meeting and exceeding professional standards is the driving force behind the high-caliber legal work he applies to every case. He serves individual and business clients, financial institutions, governments and other lawyers and acts in the capacity of:
Mr. Huberman also acts as legal counsel in:
- Securities, corporate governance and shareholder matters
- Transportation litigation
- Cross-border litigation
- Matters involving intellectual property rights
- High technology strategy
- Real estate and landlord-tenant issues
- Commercial insurance law
- Constitutional, human rights, public law and administrative law
- Professional liability
- Commercial insurance disputes
Commercial Arbitration Law Firm Of The Year
Appointed Member Of The Civil Rules Committee
Appointed by the Chief Justice, Marvin Huberman not only practices the rules of civil procedure; he also helps develop them.
A Leader In Advancing The Legal Profession
Adjunct law professor at Osgoode Hall Law School and Instructor at the Law Society of Upper Canada, Marvin Huberman helps form other lawyers in the profession.
Extensively Published Legal Author And Speaker
Marvin Huberman has authored numerous books and articles, and is a regular speaker on law, litigation and alternative dispute resolution. » List of Publications