Arielle Eisenberg

Associate

Miami

(786) 871-3953

(305) 704-5955

Recent Publication:

Employer Guide to COVID-19 Vaccination [HR Headaches Blog]

David Barron, John Carrigan, Jr., Arielle Eisenberg, Aaron Holt, and Nandini Sane designed a guide on how employers can handle the COVID-19 vaccination for their employees. The most important question right now for Human Resources professionals is vaccination and more specifically, how to implement...

Arielle focuses her practice on labor and employment, specifically Title VII, ADA, ADEA, and retaliation. She also counsels clients on decisions regarding hiring, accommodations, discipline, and pay issues under the FLSA and conducts human resource trainings.

Prior to working at Cozen O’Connor, Arielle was an associate in Florida and Georgia handling labor and employment issues, including representing Fortune 100 and 500 companies in federal court and administrative agency proceedings. She successfully represented a national employer in discrimination class action arbitration.

Arielle earned her bachelor's degree from Michigan State University James Madison College and she earned her law degree, cum laude, from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where she was the managing editor of the UF Journal of Law and Public Policy and a member of the Florida Moot Court Team.

 

News

Firing Workers When Political Expression Goes Too Far

January 15, 2021

Arielle Eisenberg was quoted in SHRM discussing how employers should handle political discussions in the workplace.

Publications

Employer Guide to COVID-19 Vaccination [HR Headaches Blog]

January 22, 2021

David Barron, John Carrigan, Jr., Arielle Eisenberg, Aaron Holt, and Nandini Sane designed a guide on how employers can handle the COVID-19 vaccination for their employees. The most important question right now for Human Resources professionals is vaccination and more specifically, how to implement...

Employer Guide to COVID-19 Vaccination

January 20, 2021

David Barron, John Carrigan, Jr., Arielle Eisenberg, Aaron Holt, and Nandini Sane designed a guide on how employers can handle the COVID-19 vaccination for their employees.

Top 5 Tips for Conducting a Remote Investigation [HR Headaches Blog]

December 28, 2020

With many workforces continuing to work remotely, companies have had to reshape the ways in which important business functions are executed, including the ways in which workplace investigations are conducted. In fact, over the last several months, many businesses have switched to conducting...

Top 5 Takeaways From The EEOC COVID-19 Vaccine Guidance [HR Headaches Blog]

December 18, 2020

As the new year rolls in, the COVID-19 vaccine is on everyone’s mind. The Pfizer vaccine has officially been distributed throughout the United States (albeit through a more limited Emergency Use Authorization process) and rumors are circulating that the FDA will approve the Moderna vaccine any day...

5 Practical Tips For Reviewing Your Handbook And Policies [HR Headaches Blog]

December 15, 2020

Each year, employers should review and reevaluate their employee handbooks and policies. This is an important practice as new laws will often go into effect at the start of a new year. It is also a safe way to ensure employee policies are not out of date. This practice is especially critical now...

Top 5 Tips for Managing Remote Employees [HR Headaches Blog]

November 05, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many companies to switch to a remote workforce. This rapid shift has reshaped the landscape of the American workforce, and will likely have far-reaching consequences. Although for many employers, remote working is just a temporary response to the global pandemic,...

Top 5 Tips For Managing Employees During The Election Season And Beyond [HR Headaches Blog]

October 23, 2020

If you could not tell from the political commercials, candidate signs on every lawn, and nonstop news coverage, the 2020 election is in full swing. Early voting has started in many states and over 20 million people have already voted. This election, however, seems to be all-consuming and rather...

Eleventh Circuit Sides With Employer in Title VII Opposition Clause Case [Daily Business Review]

August 21, 2020

Arielle Eisenberg wrote an article about the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act that protects an employee's conduct of complaining about Title VII violations.

Eleventh Circuit Explains How Protected Activity Loses Its Protected Status in Gogel v. Kia Motors [Alert]

August 04, 2020

Arielle Eisenberg discussed the Eleventh Circuit's decision in Gogel v. Kia Motors.

In Landmark Decision, U.S. Supreme Court Expands LGBTQ Protections in Employment [Alert]

June 17, 2020

Arielle Eisenberg discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's historic decision holding that LGBTQ individuals are protected from discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Layoffs, Furloughs, and the Impact of WARN Acts on Reorganizations [Alert]

March 20, 2020

Jen Williams, Peter Ennis, Arielle Eisenberg, and Nandini Sane discuss what employers must consider under state and federal WARN Acts before laying off or furloughing employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Education

  • University of Florida School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2014
  • Michigan State University, B.A., 2010
  • Georgia
  • Florida
  • U.S. District Court -- Middle District of Florida
  • U.S. District Court -- Middle District of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court -- Northern District of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court -- Southern District of Florida

American Jewish Committee Young Professional Executive Board, 2015-2018

Piedmont Park Conservancy Young Professional Board, 2017