Alicia R. Duleba
Alicia Duleba is an employment attorney and litigator who takes pride in working with companies to achieve their goals with respect to employment matters. From counseling on human resources issues to defending complex employment litigation claims, she has experience helping businesses in a variety of industries comply with rules, regulations and statutes impacting the employment relationship.
Alicia has experience representing employers in a full range of employment law matters such as defending employee claims in state and federal court; representing clients before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Texas Workforce Commission – Civil Rights Division, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and Department of Labor. Her experience includes preparing and auditing employee handbooks and personnel policies; counseling and formulating preventative strategies; handling mediations and settlement negotiations; and drafting and interpreting employment contracts, including non-competition agreements, and unemployment compensation claims. Alicia counsels employers in all aspects of the employment process, from individual hiring, performance management and termination decisions to large scale reductions in force.
She represents employers in a wide variety of industries, including, but not limited to, retail, construction, healthcare, media, banking, service, technology, entertainment and real estate.
B.B.A., Texas A&M University
J.D., University of Texas School of Law
United States District Courts for the Eastern, Northern, Southern, and Western District of Texas
- The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White Inc.), 2023
- Employment Law – Management, 2023
- Litigation – Labor and Employment, 2023
- “Austin’s Top Attorneys” List – Labor & Employment, Austin Monthly, 2021
- Rising Star, Austin Business Journal, 2004
- State Bar of Texas
- Austin Bar Association
August 18, 2022Newsletters
View the August 2022 edition of the Labor & Employment Dispatch.
August 18, 2022Attorney News
‘The Best Lawyers in America’ Honors 214 Jackson Walker Attorneys in 2023 Edition, Including 11 “Lawyers of the Year” and 41 “Ones to Watch”
The Best Lawyers in America has recognized 214 Jackson Walker attorneys across 6 offices and 79 specialty practice areas in its 2023 edition, including 11 Lawyers of the Year and 41 Ones to Watch. Best Lawyers listings are based on an exhaustive peer review survey of thousands of attorneys who vote on the legal abilities of others in their practice areas.
January 26, 2022Insights
Update: On January 25, 2022, OSHA announced it is withdrawing the vaccination-or-test emergency temporary standard. The withdrawal will be published in the Federal Register and take effect on January 26. The standard will remain in the federal register as a notice of proposed rulemaking. Expect the Department of Labor to move to dismiss pending litigation as moot. Challengers to the vaccination-or-test rule will have to voice their concerns during the notice and comment period.
October 5, 2021Newsletters
View Jackson Walker’s October 2021 Diversity & Inclusion Newsletter, Perspectives.
September 3, 2021Newsletters
View the September 2021 edition of the Labor & Employment Dispatch.
August 3, 2021Attorney News
Jackson Walker congratulates the 20 attorneys recognized among “Austin’s Top Attorneys” for 2021. For recognition in the list, Austin attorneys must be nominated by their peers on the basis that they offer experienced counsel in one of 43 categories.
September 17, 2020Client Results
Jackson Walker represented the portfolio company of a Texas-based middle market private equity fund in connection with an add-on acquisition of substantially all assets from a Dallas-based company that buys, refurbishes, and re-sells used industrial chiller systems.
July 9, 2020Insights
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has updated its website to include FAQs pertaining to workplace safety and the many challenges confronting employers with the COVID-19 outbreak.
June 22, 2020Insights
On June 17, 2020, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued guidance to help employers develop policies and procedures to ensure the safety and health of its employees.
June 18, 2020Insights
Austin Mayor Steve Adler issued an order on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 that mandates all Austin businesses must develop and implement a safety policy related to COVID-19.