Christina Michelson focuses her practice on the representation of public and private sector employers in labor and employment matters, including grievances, public employment legal issues, collective bargaining issues and arbitrations. While in law school, Ms. Michelson served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Robert L. Polifroni, Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division and the Honorable Daniel P. Mecca, Presiding Judge, Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division. Ms. Michelson is a member of the Puerto Rican Bar Assocation.
City University of New York (CUNY) Law School (JD, 2008)
Rutgers University (BA, 2003)
New York City Businesses Must Provide Mandatory Sick Leave Posted on Tuesday May 21, 2013 "Businesses in New York City will soon have to provide paid sick days to employees under legislation recently passed by the New York City Council. While Mayor Michael Bloomberg does not support the measure, it passed by a “veto-proof” majority. Specifically, the NYC employment law will require businesses with 20 or more employees to provide [...]
Federal Employment Laws By The Numbers Posted on Monday May 13, 2013 "Many federal employment laws only apply to businesses with a certain number of employees. While many laws set the threshold at 50 workers, small businesses often make the mistake of assuming that this is true across the board. Because failing to comply with federal employment laws can lead to costly liability, it is important to [...]