Mr. Newton Wong has over 20 years experience in Financing, Civil Litigation, Estate Litigation, Corporate Commercial Litigation, Real Estate Litigation, Administrative Litigation, Corporate Commercial Transactions, Wills and Estate Administration, Real Estate Transactions and Immigration. Mr. Wong is also a registered trademark agent.
Mr. Wong has appeared in all levels of court including: Court of Appeal, Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada, Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal, Divisional Court, Divisional Court of Appeal, Ontario Labour Relations Board, and the Immigration and Appeal Board. He has successfully defended multiple corporations in administrative matters.
Mr. Wong has taught Corporate and Estate Law at the Law Society of Upper Canada. He has also appeared in various seminars, TV interviews, and quoted in published article.
Mr. Wong is a member of the Metropolitan Toronto Lawyer Association and the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Mr. Wong has facility in Cantonese.
Edward Junqing Ren
Mr. Edward Junqing Ren is presently a legal assistant at NEWTON WONG & ASSOCIATES. Mr. Ren’s legal fields are mainly about administrative law, intellectual property law and media law. He has worked as a Legal Consultant nearly seven years for Chinese Central Government in Beijing, China. He is working towards being licensed as a lawyer in Ontario, Canada.
Mr. Ren has successfully acted as a legal consultant for the Chinese government and developed many legal and business programs. In the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, Mr. Ren represented the Chinese government to establish a copyright protection program with the International Olympic Committee (IOC). This program was dealt legal issues and technical surveillance to prevent the Games from copyright infringements in mainland China. Mr. Ren and his colleagues prevented any copyright infringement. After the games, the IOC reported that there was zero copyright infringement during Beijing Olympic Games in China.
Mr. Ren has provided legal advice for Chinese legislatures to amend many laws and regulations including copyright law, Internet law, etc. He also has extensive experience in due diligence and cross-border corporate transactions. He has provided legal support for cooperation of Chinese film corporations with foreign entertainment agencies. He has drafted numerous bilateral agreements and is familiar with Chinese and Canadian laws.
Mr. Ren received his LLB in 2004 from University of Science and Technology Beijing and Master of Laws (LLM) from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University in 2015. He is fluent in both Mandarin and English.
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