"He pursued his clients' interests vigorously, thoroughly and achieved a stellar result."
- Justice McIsaac, in Todd Family Holdings Inc. v. Gardiner et al. (Ont. S.C.J.), commending Robert Choi's conduct of the trial in which the plaintiff won a $2.2 million (USD) judgment plus $960,432.26 (CAD) in full-indemnity costs, after a five-week trial.
As a partner in our Litigation Group, Robert represents domestic and international clients in areas such as banking, security enforcement, construction, commercial real estate, shareholder, employment and contract disputes, as well as estates litigation and tort litigation including fraud, conspiracy, misrepresentation, negligence and defamation claims.
Clients appreciate Robert's sophisticated, strategic and rational approach to dispute resolution, as well as his ability to develop creative solutions and resolve difficult cases. Robert is known for his drive and singular focus on obtaining the best results for his clients.
Robert graduated with First-Class Distinction from Queen’s University, from which he holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. He went on to earn his J.D. at the University of Windsor, graduating in the top 10% of his class. Robert also completed a specialized LL.M. program in Business Law at the Osgoode Hall Law School on First-Class standing.
Robert frequently shares his expertise with colleagues and students. He presented at the International Association of Korean Lawyers’ 18th Annual Conference as a member of the panel on Risk Management and Ethical Considerations Involving E-Discovery. He has also taught courses on Advocacy, Evidence, Tribunal Practice and Procedures and Administrative Law at Seneca College.
Robert holds a black belt in Taekwondo and, in his spare time, enjoys foreign films and ancient Greek history.