Senior Employment Lawyer, Krina Mahaisuria, is passionate about winning. She fights diligently for her clients’ rights all the way from the initial consultation to complex litigation.
Krina has extensive experience advising clients in all forms employment and workplace law matters including wrongful and constructive terminations, employment agreements, and human rights violations in the workplace.
Prior to joining Whitten & Lublin, Krina Mahaisuria maintained a broad litigation practice with a primary focus on employment and human rights law. Krina has successfully appeared before various courts and tribunals including the Court of Appeal, the Superior Court of Justice, the Small Claims Court, and the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
After obtaining her Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto in 2009, Krina attended law school at the University of Windsor, graduating in 2013. While at Windsor, Krina Mahaisuria was actively involved in various pro bono initiatives including work with Mental Health Connections of Windsor and the Canadian Mental Health Association. Krina also worked as a Research Assistant for the University of Windsor examining the concept of civil liberties from the perspective of guaranteed human rights and freedoms in relation to the issues of access to justice.
Krina is a member of the South Asian Bar Association and is able to provide legal services in Gujarati. Outside of work, you’ll find Krina sitting in front of her TV cheering on the Toronto Raptors with her fur-baby, Kobe.
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