Alycia Riley is a lawyer who dedicates her practice to helping employers manage their workplaces. She provides practical advice to clients on a broad spectrum of legal and regulatory matters, including corporate transactions, employee and labour relations, dismissals, human rights, health and safety, and workers' compensation.
Alycia manages diverse matters at all stages of the litigation process, and has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice as well as numerous labour arbitrators and administrative tribunals. In addition to litigation, Alycia maintains a robust solicitor practice. She regularly assists employers in drafting complex employment and separation agreements, as well as creating and implementing their work-related policies, plans, and programs.
Alycia also conducts national and provincial policy and program reviews to address legal compliance gaps while making practical recommendations for best practices. As a member of Gowling WLG's national Employment, Labour & Equalities Group, Alycia also coordinates and participates within work groups spanning several departments, offices, and provinces on complex legal projects.
Alycia enjoys volunteering with various organizations, including Pro Bono Ontario, and has written several articles on developments in Canadian employment matters.