- Civil Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Criminal Litigation
Howard Wright is a trial lawyer at Sun & Partners where his practice includes civil, commercial and criminal litigation. Howard has acted on a wide range of civil and commercial matters, ranging from commercial disputes, injunctions, and mortgage enforcement. Howard started his legal career and completed his articling at the Ottawa office of one of Canada’s largest law firms where he concentrated on litigation. He first joined Sun & Partners in March of 2003 and left the firm in January of 2004. Howard later rejoined Sun & Partners in May of 2006.
Howard takes a pragmatic and results-driven approach to resolving clients’ problems and provides quality and efficient service and advice in the midst of lengthy litigation processes.
Howard became a partner in 2008.
Professional & Trade Association
Howard has been involved in the following and other organizations:
- The Advocates Society
- Peel Law Association
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Black Business and Professional Association
- Mississauga Chinese Business Association
- Toronto Chinese Business Association
- Carleton University
(Bachelor of Arts in law as a social science with a criminology concentration in criminal justice) 1997
- Queen’s University (LL.B.) 2000
Year Of Call
“Let us never negotiate out of fear, but let us never fear to negotiate” – JFK