Susan Robfogel’s practice is national in scope and concentrates in employment and labor law for the health care and life sciences industries. Her practice includes extensive experience in matters subject to the National Labor Relations Act, employee/executive recruitment and retention policies, substance abuse, supervisory training, and human rights matters with specific emphasis in the area of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Mrs. Robfogel is a member of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. In addition to her work in the labor relations area, Mrs. Robfogel has wide and varied corporate experience in the health care and life sciences industries in general.
Mrs. Robfogel has lectured extensively on employment topics to many different audiences across the country. She coauthored, with her partner Eugene D. Ulterino, “Drugs and Alcohol: What About Employer Rights?” for the Council on Education in Management. She is an annual contributor to The Developing Labor Law and authored an article for the American Bar Association periodical The Labor Lawyer entitled “Electronic Communication and the NLRA: Union Access and Employer Rights.” She has been cited for outstanding community service, as well as in recognition of her contributions to the field of law and the community at large.
She is a member and immediate past chair of the Board of the Office of Compliance, an independent agency within the U.S. Congress established to administer the application of various civil rights, labor, and workplace laws to Congressional employees.
In 1981 she was appointed by President Reagan to the Federal Service Impasses Panel, the agency responsible for resolving collective bargaining disputes in the federal sector. She completed three terms on the panel.