Rebecca Huang

Founding Partner and Managing Partner
Bar Admissions
Bar Admissions: 2006 (Ontario)
MBA, University of Victoria, 1996
Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D., 2002-2005
Osgoode Hall Law School, L.L.M. 2016


Ms. Rebecca Huang is a respected and experienced trial and appellate lawyer who regularly appears before the Superior Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal for Ontario on behalf of her business and commercial clients. Through hard work and self-discipline Ms. Huang honed her litigation skills at large full-service business law firms in Toronto’s financial district before proudly establishing her own litigation boutique firm.

As a barrister, Ms. Huang is meticulous, tenacious, and courageous. She knows the importance of balancing business realities with courtroom litigation. Corporations or business owners regularly retain Ms. Huang to advise or represent them on matters that are of fundamental importance to the viability of their businesses. She cares not only about her clients’ legal rights, but also about their businesses interests. Clients retain Ms. Huang because they know they will get the client-focused service they want and the legal experience they need.

Ms. Huang is one of the few commercial litigators in Canada with both strong Chinese language skills and more than 14 years of courtroom experience. Ms. Huang has significant experience with complex commercial disputes involving China or cases that involve evidence in Chinese. She offers an invaluable service as a trusted advisor to her Canadian clients who have business activities in China.

Ms. Huang strongly believes in giving back to society. For years, she has volunteered in leadership positions in the legal, engineering, and accounting professions in Ontario. Ms. Huang is a member of the discipline committee of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario and regularly sits on panels in discipline hearings. She was also an executive member of the Administrative Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association and is a former chair of the Council of Professional Engineers of Ontario, and a long-time member of its executive committee and discipline committee.



Matters before the Court of Appeal for Ontario:

1. Bajouco v. Green, 2017 ONCA 155 (CanLII)

Duty counsel on a motion seeking stay of proceedings.

2. R. v. Vivares, 2016 ONCA 1 (CanLII)

Court-appointed amicus curiae to the appellants for their appeal from the lower courts’ decisions with respect to registration certificates for handguns under the Firearms Act, S.C. 1995, c. 39.

3. Eco-Tec Inc. v. Lu et al., 2015 ONCA 818 (CanLII), leave to appeal dismissed by the Supreme Court of Canada

Lead counsel to Eco-Tec Inc. in defeating the Chinese defendants’ appeal as to whether the Ontario Court has jurisdiction over Chinese companies’ misappropriation of the proprietary technology owned by an Ontario company.

4. CanaSea PetroGas Group Holdings Limited (Re), 2014 ONCA 824 (CanLII)

Lead counsel to an international oil and gas company in a proposed bankruptcy proceeding under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-36.

5. Roth v. Insalaco, 2014 ONCA 472 (CanLII)

Court-appointed amicus curiae to the appellant in her appeals from the judgment the Superior Court of Justice dismissing her action for non-compliance with the Limitations Act 2002, S.O. 2002, c. 24.

6. Korea Data Systems (USA), Inc. v. Aamazing Technologies Inc., 2012 ONCA 756 (CanLII)

Counsel for Chinese investors whose substantial assets in California and Hong Kong were frozen by a worldwide injunction issued by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in a conspiracy and fraud action commenced by an American company in Toronto.

7. Broesky v. Lüst, 2012 ONCA 701 (CanLII)

Court-appointed amicus curiae to the appellant from the lower court’s decision dismissing the negligence action against her former lawyer.

8. Kapy v. Hwang, 2010 ONCA 740 (CanLII)

Counsel to the appellant in his appeal from the summary judgment awarded against him by the lower court.

9. Aronowicz v. Emtwo Properties Inc., 2010 ONCA 96 (CanLII)

Counsel to the appellant in his appeal from the summary judgment dismissing his action against another shareholder of a family business.

Matters before the Superior Court of Justice:
  1. Fasteners & Fittings Inc. v. Wang, 2020 ONSC 1649 (CanLII)
  2. Hunt v. Stassen, 2019 ONSC 4466 (CanLII)
  3. Jiaxing Economic Co-operation Co. Ltd. v. 2438866 Ontario Inc., 2017 ONSC 3214 (CanLII)
  4. Jiaxing Economic Co-operation Co. Ltd. v 2438866 Ontario Inc., 2017 ONSC 4318 (CanLII),
  5. Sky Solar (Canada) Ltd. v. Economical Mutual Insurance Company, 2016 ONSC 3265 (CanLII)
  6. Sky Solar (Canada) Ltd. v Marnoch Electrical Services Inc., 2016 ONSC 1295 (CanLII)
  7. Sky Solar (Canada) Ltd. v Economical Mutual Insurance Company, 2015 ONSC 4714 (CanLII)
  8. Korea Data Systems Co. Ltd. v. Aamazing Technologies Inc. (Ajay Amazing Technologies Inc.), 2012 ONSC 3922 (CanLII)
  9. Mendlowitz v. Chiang (Berenblut), 2011 ONSC 2341 (CanLII)
  10. Mendlowitz v. Chiang (Unpaid Court Costs), 2011 ONSC 2228 (CanLII)
  11. Mendlowitz v. Chiang (Res Judicata), 2011 ONSC 1989 (CanLII)
  12. Mendlowitz v. Chiang (Motion re Service on Floratino), 2011 ONSC 1756 (CanLII)
  13. Mendlowitz v. Chiang (Security for Costs & Security to Support Undertaking), 2011 ONSC 1044 (CanLII)
  14. Mendlowitz v. Chiang (Winner & Huang’s Legal Fees #2), 2011 ONSC 760 (CanLII)
  15. Aronowicz v. Emtwo Properties Inc., 2009 CanLII 23888 (ON SC)
  16. Gallagher v. Aurelian Resources Inc., 2009 CanLII 38488 (ON SC)
  17. Greatrek Trust S.A./Inc. v. Aurelian Resources Inc., 2009 CanLII 6095 (ON SC)



  1. "Class Arbitration in Canada: The Legal and Business Case", (2010) Canadian Class Action Review, Volume 6, Issue 2.
  2. "Shareholder disputes: Arbitrator's power to grant statutory oppression remedy", The Advocates' Quarterly, Vol. 36, No. 4, pp 457-469, 2010.
  3. "A corporation's action against its former directors: when is it statute-barred?" Corporate Liability, January 2010.
  4. "Abuse of Process by Relitigation", The Advocates' Quarterly, Vol. 35, No. 4, pp 417-430, 2009.
  5. "Communications in Furtherance of Unlawful Conduct – An Exception to Solicitor-Client Privilege", Ontario Bar Association conference, Privilege, Confidentiality and Conflicts of Interest: Traversing Tricky Terrain, Tab 3.
  6. "Spirent Communications v. Quake Technologies: A look at intersection of time being of the essence and anticipatory late performance", The Advocates Quarterly, Vol. 34, No. 4.
  7. "E-Discovery: Should the Discovery Costs Be Shifted to the Requesting Party?", The Advocates' Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 4, pp. 419-436.
  8. "Evidence of the Absent Witness," Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development, 4th annual conference, Evidence Law for the Civil Litigator, Sept. 19-20, 2007.
  9. "The House of Lords Concludes that Bank Owes No Duty of Care to the Beneficiary of Freezing Orders: Custom and Excise Commissioners v. Barclays Bank plc", Banking & Finance Law Review, Vol. 22 No. 3, 2007.
  10. Focus on Alternative Dispute Resolution: China Provides Guidance on its Arbitration Law", The Lawyers Weekly (March 20, 2007)


Recognition and Presentations

November 27th, 2017, RODA and Ontario Bar Association

Rebecca Huang spoke as a panelist at RODA’s 3rd Annual Diversity Conference in Partnership with the Ontario Bar Association, on the topic of “Cultural Competence in Judicial Decision Making.”

November 23rd, 2017, Ontario Bar Association

Rebecca Huang co-chaired the “Annual Update on Judicial Review” program that featured the Honourable Mr. Justice D. Stratas of the Federal Court of Appeal and Professor Paul Daly of the University of Cambridge.

May 2017, Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers

Ms. Huang was recognized as a community leader in the Asian Heritage Month of May 2017.