Tyler Lypkie

Edmonton Employment Lawyer
Tyler Lypkie received his LL.B. within distinction from the University of Saskatchewan. His undergraduate training is in Mechanical Engineering and he holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Engineering.

Upon receiving his law degree Mr. Lypkie articled at the national law firm of Bennett Jones LLP. With the completion of his foundational training, Mr. Lypkie returned to Edmonton and commenced practice with the firm of Lypkie Henderson.

Tyler Lypkie’s litigation practice focuses primarily upon employment law matters. He has advised hundreds of Albertans in all variety of employment related situations. He has successfully represented clients in actions for wrongful dismissal, constructive dismissal, breach of employment contract, recovery of unpaid bonuses, recovery of overtime arrears, and in the navigation of hostile work environments, to name only a few examples.

Notable successes have included:

  • Six-figure salary and benefit continuation package obtained on behalf of a senior manager at a Fortune 100 Corporation;**
  • Six-figure lump-sum severance package obtained on behalf of an office manager with over two decades of experience;**
  • Successful settlement of a contentious constructive dismissal claim on behalf of a technical worker with nearly two decades of experience;**
  • Six-figure settlement obtained on behalf of an industrial mechanic dismissed under unfounded allegations of poor safety performance;**
  • $61,444.00 judgment and payment of full solicitor and client costs in favour of a dismissed social worker following a successful adjudication under the Canada Labour Code; **
  • Six-figure salary and benefit continuance package successfully negotiated for industrial manager with nearly three decades of experience; **
  • Six-figure settlement to a wrongful dismissal lawsuit commenced on behalf of a senior business manager with over three decades of experience; **

**Note: Results vary according to the facts in each case.
Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results.


B.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering) – University of Alberta

LL.B. (Distinction) – University of Saskatchewan

Edmonton employment lawyer