Aly is a litigator with a successful track record of representing clients in matters involving employment, business, real estate, and immigration law. Her experience includes regularly representing financial institutions in employment cases before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”), defending companies in discrimination and wrongful termination cases filed in the American Arbitration Association and in state and federal courts, and counseling employers on policies and procedures to help them avoid litigation. She also handles litigation involving restrictive covenants and trade secrets, and she represents clients in employment-based immigration matters.
Aly’s litigation practice includes representing insurance companies and ERISA-qualified health plans in subrogation and reimbursement actions. She also frequently represents commercial landlords in eviction proceedings and contract disputes, and she has experience defending manufacturers and distributors of consumer products and medical devices. Prior to joining Ulmer, Aly was an Assistant Attorney General with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office where she represented the Ohio Civil Rights Commission and prosecuted numerous employment and housing discrimination cases in administrative, common pleas, and appellate court proceedings throughout Ohio.
(B.A., summa cum laude, 1996)
(J.D., summa cum laude, 2007)
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