Milad Javdan practices primarily in the areas of corporate and commercial litigation.
Milad holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with honours distinction in Criminology and Political Science from University of Windsor. He obtained his Masters in Arts in Political Science at University of Waterloo before acquiring his Juris Doctorate at Thompson Rivers University.
Milad was called to the bar in 2018. Prior to joining Baker Newby LLP, he obtained diverse litigation experience in personal injury and insurance defence.
Milad has particular interest in contractual disputes. This interest is predicated on Milad’s law school education where he co-published an article with Dr. Christopher Hunt in University of Toronto’s Canadian Business Law Journal. The publication explores the doctrine of fundamental breach and enforceability of exculpatory clauses in contracts and has been cited by the Quebec Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada as it continues to be a valuable resource for legal practitioners across Canada and the Commonwealth.
During Milad’s law school career, he assisted a number of professors in research in various areas, including corporate social responsibility, guardianship tribunals, and contract law. He also severed as the managing editor of Thompson Rivers University’s law review, the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law and oversaw all aspects of editorship from preliminary matters to publication of the 2017 volume, “Problems of Interpretation in International Law”.
Outside of the office, Milad enjoys travelling with his wife, playing basketball, and maintaining a healthy life-style. He has also been an avid Toronto Raptors supporter since the inception of the team in 1995.