In her varied management-side practice, Robin gives advice and litigates issues relating to race, color, religion, national age, sex, disability and national origin discrimination, wage and hour claims, including collective action claims brought under the FLSA, Family and Medical Leave Act issues, employee discipline, employee claims of breach of contract, defamation and other work-related tort claims and any other human resources issue. She drafts and reviews job descriptions, employment contracts, employee handbooks and employer policies and procedures. She also represents employers in wage and hour audits and conducts "self-audits" before the state and federal departments of labor. Robin conducts workplace investigations, serves as a mediator and is a frequent speaker on emerging labor and employment law issues.
Robin currently serves on the Economic Development Committee of the West Hartford Chamber of Commerce. Moreover, she regularly volunteers as a pro bono speaker for the Junior Achievement of Southwest New England and serves as a volunteer mediator for the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities. She is a regular contributor to the current FordHarrison Blog, EntertainHR, an informative look across the landscape of television, movies, sports and celebrity culture from an employment-law perspective. The website is available at http://blogs.hrhero.com/entertainhr/.