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Wei Jiang


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Wei Jiang practices in the areas of civil and commercial litigation, personal injury and medical malpractice. He articled with Stevenson Whelton LLP in 2018 and, following his call to the bar, returned to the firm as an associate.

Wei graduated with honours from the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law. Wei also holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto and a Masters of Arts from McMaster University.

Wei is interested in the intersection between law, technology, and contemporary culture. Wei has written in the past about the politics of Chinese internet culture and the legal implications of augmented reality.

Wei is a fluent speaker of Mandarin and can read and write Chinese.

Recent Cases

  • Arista Homes (Richmond Hill) Inc. v. Rahnama, 2022 ONCA 759, Arista Homes (Richmond Hill) Inc. v. Rahnama, 2022 ONCA 759

    Richard Macklin and Wei Jiang have successfully appealed a Superior Court Ruling in the case of Arista Homes (Richmond Hill) Inc. v. Rahnama, 2022 ONCA 759. This Court of Appeal Ruling dated November 7, 2022, addresses the law on damages for cases where a purchaser is at fault for a breach of a home purchase contract. As noted by the Court of Appeal (per Fairburn A.C.J.O., Doherty and Lauwers JJ.A.), the key figure for the damages calculation is the value of the home, according to what it is sold for on the date of resale to a subsequent purchaser (see paragraph 9 of the Ruling). Other Ontario damages law cases had suggested requiring different evidence (“expert” valuation), and a different date (the date the purchaser failed to close). In our case, the Appeal Court varied the Lower Court Ruling such that damages owed to our client will include a higher “loss of bargain” amount, plus the forfeited deposit, interest and other damages. The total award to our client will be roughly $500,000.

  • Raki Holdings Inc. v. Lionheart Enterprises Inc., 2019 ONCA 786

    Successfully acted on an appeal involving the interpretation of a contract for the sale of development lands in which the parties' competing positions resulted in a purchase price difference of over $4,000,000.