Robbyn Wysocki is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts with a bachelors’ degree in Economics, and George Mason University School of Law, now known as the George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School. Each school is renowned for their Economics programs, with the former leaning progressive and the latter leaning conservative. These differing perspectives helped develop Robbyn into the lawyer she is today – avid supporter and proponent of business and steadfast civil rights advocate.
Robbyn is trusted in all business matters. She is adept in developing, drafting and implementing the strategic plans and missions of her clients, and is known for practical business and employment law advice. Robbyn routinely steers clients through the employment law challenges arising from Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act and its amendments, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and a variety of other federal and state compliance requirements. Her expertise has guided clients in handling issues, crises and disputes throughout the US and Canada.
Robbyn supports and promotes employment diversity in terms of gender, age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, culture, religion, marital status and physical abilities. She is a co-owner of EPiC Employment Practice Consultants, LLC, which delivers smart, economic and defensive corporate programs to develop inclusive and respectful workplaces and school campuses. For more information on these programs, visit www.epicemploymentpractices.com.
Robbyn regularly provides real-world legal advice to individuals on a variety of matters, typically relating to employment matters, wealth management and legal protection. She is proud of her long-term relationships with many business owners and individuals throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, who rely on Robbyn to assist them in making smart decisions and to resolve their disputes.
Robbyn has put her legal and business skills to work for herself, by founding and operating several businesses. For the last decade, she has been a co-owner of Grapevine Wine Tours, LLC, a wine tour company devoted to promoting the DFW wine industry. Learn more or book a tour at www.grapevinewinetours.com. To use the buses for your corporate transportation needs, visit www.dallasoutings.com.
In 2016, after the death of 13-year old Elise Cerami in the Southlake Carroll pool during swim practice, Robbyn helped found the Swim4Elise Foundation, and now proudly sits on its board of directors. Swim4Elise Foundation’s mission is to promote water safety, particularly among children. To learn more, please visit www.swim4elisefoundation.org.
Robbyn maintains an “AV” rating with Martindale-Hubbell and her law firm has been voted Best Business Law Firm by the readers of Addison magazine.