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Zascha Blanco Abbott

About Zascha Blanco Abbott

Zascha Blanco Abbott is with Sioli Alexander Pino, in Miami, Florida. Zascha focuses her practice on the representation of public and private employers in labor and employment matters. Her experience includes defending employers in a variety of employment-related lawsuits, such as claims of discrimination, hostile work environment, breach of contract claims, constitutional violations, and retaliation claims. Zascha also defends employers in Fair Labor Standards Act and other wage and hour cases. Her experience includes representing employers in claims under Title VII, the Florida Civil Rights Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the First Amendment, and the Equal Protection clause of the U.S. Constitution. She also provides training on discrimination and harassment free workplace issues and on labor and employment matters. Zascha is AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, and she currently serves as the Chair of Labor and Employment Law Section of The Florida Bar.

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What Should Employers Do to Prevent Wage Discrimination Claims?

Are Wage Discrimination Claims Avoidable? An employer can be sued by an employee for all sorts of things. Specifically, wage discrimination claims is an area that every employer should understand because they are so easy to avoid. One example would be a lawsuit by an employee (I use the term to include a former employee) […]


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7 Must-Haves for your Company Employee Handbook- for their Benefit and Yours

Why Have a Company Employee Handbook? All employers, no matter the company size, should have a company employee handbook to communicate essential policies of the company to employees. First, it can serve as a legal defense against claims brought by an employee against the company or its managers. Second, and perhaps more importantly, an employee […]


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