Aisling Flarity



Aisling Flarity

Aisling Flarity practises in a broad range of litigation matters with a focus on expropriation, government, real estate and employment disputes.

Aisling is an associate in the firm’s municipal group. Her practice focuses on real estate and commercial litigation, expropriation, government and employment disputes. Her employment law practice focuses on wrongful dismissal, employment standards, Canada Labour Code arbitrations, occupational health and safety, contract and policy drafting.

Aisling joined WeirFoulds in 2014 after articling with the firm. During law school, Aisling completed a semester at the Université Jean Moulin Law School in Lyon, France and was an editor of the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues.

    Reported Cases

    Rossman v. Canadian Solar Inc., 2019 ONCA 992

    Friday Harbour Resorts v 2135746 Ontario Inc., 2017 ONSC 7444 (Ont.S.C.)

    Called to the Bar
    • Ontario (2014)

    • J.D., University of Windsor, 2013
    • Postgraduate Diploma, International and European Business Law, Université Jean Moulin, 2013
    • B.A.H., Queen's University, 2008
    • Ontario Bar Association
    • Canadian Bar Association
    • Ontario Expropriation Association
    • The Advocates' Society

    Speaking Engagements

    Speaker, WeirFoulds Employment and Labour Law Seminar - Spring Session, Toronto, ON, April 5, 2018
    "Restrictive Covenants in Employment Agreements", WeirFoulds, Toronto, ON, November 10, 2016      

    Legend: GeneralLitigationPropertyCorporateGovernment

    Legend: GeneralLitigationPropertyCorporateGovernment