Marvin Huberman

Marvin Huberman
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Marvin Huberman
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Sole Practitioner
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
ADR, Civil Litigation, Mediation
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Marvin J. Huberman is a senior business lawyer, litigator, mediator and chartered arbitrator in Toronto representing individuals, businesses, financial institutions, and governments.

He has appeared before all levels of trial and appellate courts and administrative tribunals in respect of corporate/commercial, real-estate, administrative, constitutional and human rights matters, professional negligence, and cross-border disputes.

Mr. Huberman earned a Bachelor of Laws from the University of British Columbia in 1982, a mediation certificate in 1994 from Harvard Law School and a Master of Laws in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1997, 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 Ontario (LSO), Bar Admission Course.

Mr. Huberman is certified by the LSO as a specialist in civil litigation, and is a mediator, arbitrator, former administrative law judge (vice-chair of the Ontario Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal), and adjunct law professor at Osgoode Hall Law School.

He is founding member of the Chief Justice of Ontario's Advisory Committee on Professionalism (2001). He was appointed by the Chief Justice as a member of the Ontario Civil Rules Committee.

Mr. Huberman has been recognized by the ADR Institute of Canada by being accredited with the designation Chartered Arbitrator (C.Arb) indicating his degree of skill and experience as a professional in the field.

He is a member of the ADR Institute of Ontario Inc., where he sits on the board of directors and is chair of the IP/Technology Section; ADR Chambers Inc. mediation and arbitration member; member of the Canadian Bar Association, where he is the former chair of the national and Ontario civil litigation sections; member of the Civil Rules Committee; and member of the Competition Law and Policy Task Force of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.

Mr. Huberman is the recipient of a Dedicated Professional Service Award from the Canadian Bar Association, Ontario.

Marvin Huberman Posts

How to communicate the ADR way

Most disputes are best resolved through some form of ADR — either alternative or appropriate dispute resolution, Toronto arbitrator Marvin Huberman writes in the summer edition of the ADR Institute of Ontario’s newsletter. Read more

Recreational cannabis opens whole new legal can of worms

Legalizing recreational cannabis has created a growing list of legal headaches, Toronto arbitrator Marvin Huberman tells Caregiver Solutions magazine. Read more

AI has a place in ADR: Huberman

Artificial intelligence (AI) won’t completely replace humans in alternative dispute resolution, Toronto commercial arbitrator Marvin Huberman tells Law Times . Read more

Complexity of construction disputes makes them perfect for ADR

The complexity of construction disputes makes them prime candidates for alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods, says Toronto lawyer and arbitrator Marvin Huberman. Read more

Robots showing promise in mediation: Huberman

Advanced robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) will play important roles in mediation and arbitration in the near future, predicts Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator Marvin Huberman , a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Read more

You’ve picked an arbitrator, now what?

After an arbitrator has been selected to lead an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process, both sides have to be ready to work with that person to get the issue settled efficiently and fairly, says Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator Marvin Huberman , a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Read more

New centre dealing with cannabis-related disputes

The recently launched Canadian Cannabis Dispute Resolution Centre is an "excellent way" to confidentially resolve disputes involving cannabis without attracting the attention of foreign governments, says Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator Marvin Huberman , who is certified as a specialist in civil litigation by the Law Society of Ontario. Read more

Pot law changes prompt dispute resolution service

Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator Marvin Huberman has helped launch the Canadian Cannabis Dispute Resolution Centre to advise clients of their rights and the law concerning cannabis consumption in condominiums, apartments and other places. Read more

ADR’s full potential yet to be realized: Huberman

The key to success of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is in its flexibility and adaptability to a variety of situations, Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator Marvin Huberman writes in the fall issue of the ADR Institute of Ontario’s ADR Update . Read more

Appeal court sides with Huberman in landmark commercial arbitration case

The impact of a landmark Ontario Court of Appeal decision on the enforceability of arbitral awards could ripple around the world, says Toronto lawyer and arbitrator Marvin Huberman. Read more

OCA says U.S. rabbinical court’s decision is binding

A recent Ontario Court of Appeal (OCA) decision is relevant to courts around the world that use Model Law , Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator Marvin Huberman tells Law Times . Read more

ADR and family law 'a match made in heaven'

Parties to family law conflicts can save time and money by using alternative dispute resolution (ADR) appropriately, Toronto mediator and arbitrator Marvin Huberman tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Top 15 pitfalls in arbitration clauses

The legal environment has never been more favourable to parties who wish to settle their disputes by arbitration, Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator Marvin Huberman tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Glowing review for Huberman's book on commercial arbitration

Toronto litigator and commercial arbitrator Marvin Huberman tells AdvocateDaily.com he’s gratified by the response to his recently released book. Read more

Deft touch needed for mediating 'delicate' family business disputes

A deft touch is required to solve family business disputes due to their inherent extra layers of complexity, Toronto mediator Marvin Huberman tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more