Erika Deutsch Rotbart, Esq. is a principal in Deutsch Rotbart & Associates, P.A. Ms. Rotbart’s practice is exclusively focused on employment and labor law including, but not limited to the Florida Civil Rights Act of 1990, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, statutorily protected retaliation (Whistle-blower, worker’s compensation retaliation and civil rights), Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, as well as complex contractual and litigation related employment issues. Ms. Rotbart represents both plaintiff and defense cases in her boutique oriented practice, providing the highest degree of professional service to her clients.
Ms. Rotbart is a tenacious litigator and negotiator to ensure the best result for her clients. As Licensed and Certified Civil Court Mediator, Qualified Arbitrator and FINRA Arbitrator, she engages and challenges parties to facilitate a fair resolution for all.
Ms. Rotbart has lectured and conducted presentations at various employment and litigation conferences, training and mentoring seminars for colleges, universities, and Continuing Legal Education programs for the Florida Bar, local bar affiliates, and private organizations. She has also presented numerous workplace training programs for employers and management teams regarding their manuals, policies, procedures, counseling, and coaching on equal opportunity, sexual harassment and related topics.
Ms. Rotbart is a Past President of the Florida Chapter of the National Employment Lawyer’s Association (FLNELA), an organization primarily focused on promoting and protecting employees’ rights in the workplace. She has held numerous board positions with FLENLA throughout her career, is a past board member of the Executive Council for the Florida Bar’s Employment & Labor Section.