K.C. Wysynski is an associate with SimpsonWigle LAW LLP. She is a member of the firm’s litigation and employment/labour law groups. Prior to joining SimpsonWigle LAW, K.C. worked at various boutique labour and employment law firms, practicing exclusively in labour and employment law since her call to the bar in 2008.
K.C. takes a proactive and pragmatic approach to the practice of law. In doing so, she provides advice to unionized and non-unionized employer clients in all aspects of the employment relationship including, employment standards, human rights, occupational health and safety and discipline and discharge matters. She regularly advises and assists clients in the drafting, interpretation and enforcement of contracts such as restrictive covenants, trade secrets and fiduciary duties. Additionally, she is actively engaged in client training initiatives and workplace investigations.
Among K.C.’s extensive litigation experiences are appearances before arbitrators, the Employment Insurance Board of Referees, the Superior Court of Justice, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
K.C. is also a volunteer roster lawyer at the Wellspring Cancer Support LTD/Employment Law Summary Advice Clinic, a Director of the Halton County Law Association and a part-time lecturer in the Faculty of Business at Brock University where she teaches labour relations. She has also been a guest speaker at a number of conferences including those hosted by the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Human Resources Professional Association of Ontario.
K.C. obtained her law degree from the University of Ottawa. During her time at the University of Ottawa, she was an active caseworker and division leader at the University of Ottawa Community Legal Clinic and interned with the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
Admissions & Affiliations
- Called to the Bar in Ontario – 2008
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Ontario Bar Association, Labour and Employment Law Section
- Hamilton Law Association
- Halton County Law Association
- B.A. Honours – Carleton University – Criminology and Criminal Justice
- LL.B. – University of Ottawa, Common Law Faculty of Law
- Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution – Carleton University