Justin P’ng maintains a broad practice in privacy and cybersecurity law. He advises and represents businesses on various matters including privacy compliance, data breach incidents, and privacy litigation.
Justin was previously a member of the Firm’s Labour, Employment & Human Rights group, and advised employers in the provincial and federal sector on various workplace matters related to employee privacy, employment agreements and restrictive covenants, workplace policies and procedures, employment standards and related litigation, labour relations and grievance arbitration, human rights, public health compliance, occupational health and safety, and workplace investigations.
Justin graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School, where he received numerous awards for academic and professional excellence. As a competitive mooter in law school, Justin was winner of the Julius Alexander Isaac Moot, and currently coaches the Osgoode Hall Law School team. Prior to law school, he obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts in International Relations with High Distinction from the University of Toronto.
Justin summered at the Firm in 2017 and was seconded to the Ontario Labour Relations Board. He articled with the Firm in 2018-2019 before joining as an Associate.
Outside his practice, Justin is involved in the Ontario Bar Association Labour and Employment Law Section Executive, where he served as Technology Liaison, Secretary, and currently serves as CPD Liaison. He also serves as Secretary for the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (FACL Ontario). In his spare time, Justin enjoys Ultimate Frisbee, globetrotting, reading about current and world events, and practising martial arts as a first-degree black belt in Shotokan karate.