Alix R. Rubin, Esq. founded Rubin Employment Law in 2010 to help employers and employees resolve their disputes cost effectively and with as little disruption to their businesses, and lives, as possible. The firm advises businesses in best employment practices to help them prevent lawsuits and conducts internal workplace investigations of employee misconduct. It also helps executives and professionals negotiate their employment and separation agreements. Finally, Rubin Employment Law litigates on behalf of either the employer or the employee to favorably resolve disputes in the areas of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblowing, employee classification, wage and hour, reductions in force, restrictive covenants, family and medical leave and reasonable accommodations.
Alix worked in public relations and journalism before graduating from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1996. She is admitted to the bar in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Before starting her own firm, Alix was a litigation associate at two major New Jersey firms and a partner at the New Jersey office of a small New York firm. She also is of counsel to Clark Guldin in Montclair and to Paul Ellis Law Group in New York City. Alix served on the Board of Trustees of Volunteer Lawyers for Justice from its inception and continues to contribute her time to the organization. She also is a director of the Wharton Alumni Club of New Jersey.