Harjaap S. Mann practices at Mann Law in the family and commercial litigation practices. Among his many accomplishments, he has appeared in the Ontario and New York State Courts at various levels including the Ontario Court of Appeal, acquiring the experience which today benefits the clients at Mann Law.
As the fifth generation of a family where three previous generations have been in legal defence or law enforcement, Harjaap has a keen interest and understanding of complex legal issues. To keep his knowledge and skills up to date, he regularly attends Continuing Legal Education courses and seminars. He is also a regular attendee at a number of thought leadership conferences related to the legal community, both locally and internationally.
Harjaap is an active member of the Ontario Bar Association, New York State Bar Association and International Bar Association. The combination of these associations and his multi-jurisdictional licence give his clients a distinct advantage in the way their legal matters are addressed.
Harjaap is also the Director of Team Development at Mann Law and heads the management team. When he’s not practicing law or managing Mann Law he enjoys golfing, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
- Contract disputes and litigation
- Employment and wrongful dismissal
- Real estate and mortgage litigation
- Family law litigation
- Family Matters
- International law
- ADR – Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Civil and commercial fraud
- Defamation – libel and slander
- Administrative board and tribunal hearings
- U.S. Immigration Law
- Commercial and civil litigation
- Financing, loans and securitization
- The Law Society of Upper Canada
- New York State Bar Association
- Ontario Bar Association
- International Bar Association
- Toronto Sikh Professionals
- Director of Sponsorships, Sikh Foundation of Canada
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
- Member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, 2010
- Member of the New York State Bar, 2009
- J.D., Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 2009
- B.A., McMaster University, 2006