Howard is Chair of Minden Gross LLP's Wills and Estates group. Howard's practice focuses on estate litigation and mediation of estates disputes ?with extensive experience in all aspects of estate planning and administration. In addition to a busy estate litigation and mediation practice, Howard provides estate planning advice and advises on wills and powers of attorney to middle and high net-worth individuals.
Howard is passionate about the law and about giving back to the legal community. He has been teaching for over 20 years as an Adjunct Professor of Law in Wills and Estates at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He has won two teaching awards from Osgoode Hall Law School. Howard was the first recipient of the Osgoode Hall Law School Teaching Award in recognition of teaching excellence and the 2003/2004 Legal and Literary Society Teaching Excellence Award. He recently published Wills and Estates: Cases, Text, and Materials (Second Edition). Howard is also ranked as a "Consistently Recommended" lawyer in the The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory.
Clients appreciate Howard’s ability to explain complex issues and mediate tense and stressful situations. Clients have stated he exhibits integrity, sincerity, wisdom, and 'out of the box' smarts in a manner that all lawyers should emulate.