August 11, 2022

Volume XII, Number 223

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Emily A. Zaklukiewicz

Emily A. Zaklukiewicz focuses her practice on counseling private sector employers in all areas of labor and employment law and defending employers in federal and state court and before administrative agencies. She is a member of the firm’s Labor, Employment, Benefits + Immigration Group. 

Emily counsels employers and human resource professionals in all areas of employment law, including discharge and discrimination issues, workplace investigations, affirmative action compliance, employee discipline, wage and hour issues, disability and reasonable accommodation, family and medical leave, unemployment, employment and independent contractor agreements, severance and separation agreements, individual terminations and reductions in force, and workplace health and safety issues. She also drafts employment and separation agreements on behalf of clients, in addition to reviewing and revising employee handbooks and personnel policies.

Emily graduated first in her law school class, serving as the Managing Editor of Stetson Law Review, as an Associate Editor of the Journal of International Aging Law & Policy, and as a committee member on the Student Leadership Development Committee. She was also a member of Stetson Law’s Honors Program, received the Highest Grade Designation in five courses, and received the Killgore, Pearlman, Stamp, Denius & Squire Book Award for Professional Responsibility and the American Law Institute’s CLE Scholarship & Leadership Award. While in law school, Emily also served as a Federal Judicial Intern to the Honorable Susan C. Bucklew at the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida, and as a Certified Legal Intern for the City of St. Petersburg City Attorney’s Office.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Emily A. Zaklukiewicz

The National Law Review has selected Robinson & Cole LLP’s Employee Benefits + Compensation practice group for a Go-To Thought Leadership award related to the tax implications and steps employers need to take concerning Cobra subsidies required by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).    This practice group has published a number of articles on when COBRA subsidies expire, the management of responsibilities with third-party administrators, and related COVID-19 guidance which has provided key insights for employers and employees alike. Members include Bruce Barth, Virginia E. McGarrity, Alisha N. Sullivan, Jean E. Tomasco, and Emily A. Zaklukiewicz.

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