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Alexandra Gilinsky

Associate
Los Angeles

P 213-689-0404
F 213-689-0430
Alexandra.Gilinsky@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Alexandra Gilinsky is an Associate in the Los Angeles, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Her practice focuses on representing employers in workplace law matters, including preventive advice and counseling.

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December 16, 2016

Los Angeles Enacts ‘Ban the Box’ Legislation

December 16, 2016

Los Angeles is the latest in a growing list of jurisdictions to adopt an ordinance restricting employers from asking a job applicant about his or her criminal history during the application process. Under the Ordinance, private employers with at least 10 employees will be barred from inquiring about a job applicant’s criminal... Read More

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The Changing Landscape of Sexual Harassment Claims and Mandatory Arbitration Agreements
November 26, 2018

The year 2018 has seen significant shifts in the landscape of gender equality and sexual harassment. Complaints of sexual harassment in California nearly doubled in the first three months of 2018. From January through March 2018, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing received 939 complaints of sexual harassment. Read More

An Employee Fails to Return from Leave As Originally Scheduled—Has That Employee “Voluntarily Resigned”?
February 1, 2017

The California Court of Appeal has issued a new ruling that reminds employers to scrutinize all communications received from employees about their leaves and their own attempts at follow-up before considering an employee to be, “voluntarily resigned.” Click here to read the full article about this ruling on our Disability, Leave & Read More

An Employee Fails to Return from Leave As Originally Scheduled—Has That Employee “Voluntarily Resigned”?
January 30, 2017

What are employers to do if an employee has not provided a doctor’s note to continue his or her leave and the initial end date for that leave has passed? When can employers deem such an employee to have “voluntarily resigned”?  Leticia Bareno v. Read More