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Malogolowkin, Julianna

Julianna Malogolowkin


Julianna Malogolowkin’s practice focuses on Government Enforcement & White Collar Defense and Labor & Employment matters. She represents clients in a variety of industries, including life sciences, health care, and education. Her experience includes investigating whistleblower claims, resolution of complicated factual and legal issues related to the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback, or Stark Law, and defending companies and their employees against state and federal prosecutors. Additionally, Julianna’s practice includes representing clients in a variety of employment matters, including discrimination, breach of employment contracts, trade secret, and retaliation issues. She also has experience representing and counseling clients in the area of student affairs, discipline, Title IX, sexual misconduct and sexual harassment investigations, and student safety. Julianna received her B.A. from Syracuse University and her J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law.


Work Experience

  • Hinckley Allen
    • Associate (2019-Present)
  • Nixon Peabody
    • Associate (2015-2018)
    • Summer Associate (2014)
  • Northeastern University
    • Student Attorney, Domestic Violence Clinic (2015)
  • International Development Law Organization, Netherlands
    • Health Law Intern (2014-2015)
  • Suffolk County District Attorney's Office
    • Intern (2014)
  • United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit
    • Intern (2013)
  • Teach for America
    • Early Education Teacher (2010)
  • Children's Hospital Los Angeles
    • Strategic Planning Intern (2011-2012)

Honors & Awards

  • Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice, Pro Bono Recognition Award (2017)

Charitable & Civic Involvement

  • Year Up, Mentor (2018-Present)

Bar Memberships

  • Massachusetts
  • United States District Court, Massachusetts

News & Insight


Scrutiny on Foreign Influence Continues with Institutions in the “Hot Seat”

September 20, 2021

The Government’s increased scrutiny on potential foreign influence on U.S. based research remains in full force. While the federal government continues to prosecute individual scientists alleged to have received – and not disclosed – foreign support …


Biden Announces Action Plan on COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

September 14, 2021

On September 9, 2021, President Biden announced a broad COVID-19 Action Plan entitled “Path out of the Pandemic.” Among other items, the Action Plan included two Executive Orders requiring most federal government employees and federal contractors to im…


Employers Take Note: Important CT Law Changes

July 15, 2021

Two bills were recently signed into law by Governor Ned Lamont that impact Connecticut employers. The Cannabis Act essentially legalizes the recreational use of marijuana in Connecticut. Included in the legislation are certain restrictions on employers an…


What Employers Need to Know About the American Rescue Plan of 2021

March 16, 2021

On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed into law the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (the “Plan”). The historic $1.9 trillion bill contains several provisions of note for employers.The Plan extends the availability of tax credits under the Families …


Enforcement Will Not Go by the Wayside During the Pandemic

June 22, 2020

While making sure to adhere to each state’s required tasks for reopening, employers must not forget to comply with discrimination laws and OSHA and EEOC guidance. Recent guidance and court decisions make clear that OSHA, the EEOC, and other enforcement a…


Reopening Massachusetts — A Four-Phased Approach

May 22, 2020

On May 18, 2020, Governor Baker released a Reopening Massachusetts Report along with an executive order implementing a four-phased reopening plan.Each phase will last a minimum of three weeks and could last longer before moving to the next phase. Additiona…


CDC Adds Six New Symptoms to its COVID-19 List

April 28, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) added six new symptoms to its existing list of symptoms for COVID-19 yesterday.  Employers need to be aware of these new symptoms and update their policies, procedures, and employee information (e.g. ha…


Preparing for Returns to Work and Workplace Reopenings: Considerations for Employers

April 27, 2020

On April 16, 2020, President Trump announced the “Opening Up America Again” plan, the three-phased plan for state and local authorities to follow when reopening their economies. The plan provides guidelines. It is not an order so state governors retain…


CDC Publishes New Interim Guidance for Critical Infrastructure Workers

April 9, 2020

On Thursday, April 9, 2020, the Center for Disease Control (“CDC”) published interim guidance on safety practices for critical infrastructure workers who may have been exposed to a person with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. The CDC advised that criti…


Overview of the DOL Guidance and Regulations on the FFCRA

April 6, 2020

The Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division (“Department”) published a Q&A document on the implementation of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). Through its guidance documents, the Department is providing compliance assistance t…


What You Need to Know About the CARES Act Employee Benefits-related Provisions

March 30, 2020

On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”) as part of a $2 trillion stimulus package. The CARES Act extends unemployment benefits to individuals who are unemployed, parti…


Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FCRA) DOL Guidance Issued

March 26, 2020

Yesterday the United States Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (“Department”) announced its first round of published guidance on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) which takes effect April 1, 2020. The guidance includ…


President Trump Signs “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” (H.R. 6201)

March 19, 2020

On March 25, 2020 the DOL's Wage and Hour Division issued it's first round of guidance.On Wednesday, March 18, 2020, President Trump signed into law the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act,” which passed by a majority of votes in both houses of Co…

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Firm News

Hinckley Allen Welcomes Julianna Malogolowkin, Litigation Attorney

February 5, 2019

Hinckley Allen is pleased to welcome Julianna Malogolowkin as Associate to the Firm’s Litigation Department. Julianna joins Hinckley Allen’s Boston, MA office from Nixon Peabody.Julianna has handled general litigation matters and specific matters perta…


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WEBINAR: What Employers Should Know about President Biden's Executive Orders

October 6, 2021

As an employer, it is essential to stay up to date with the latest COVID-19 related mandates from federal and state officials. Wage and hour issues. What comes next locally and nationally?CLE credit will be made available. Hinckley Allen is a SHRM-CPSM…

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WEBINAR: Are you Prepared for Workplace Re-entry?

June 3, 2021

Mandatory vs. Implementing remote work or flexible work policies going forward.Register today to learn about the latest COVID-19 issues trending for employers, and how to stay ahead of the never-ending compliance requirements.CLE credit will be made ava…

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WEBINAR: Be Prepared for 2021 - Updates in Employment Law - Part Two

January 7, 2021

Please join Hinckley Allen's Labor & Employment group for part two of our Labor & Employment webinar series designed to address a number of important employment law issues and legislation we will face in 2021. COVID-19 – where are we now –…

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WEBINAR: Be Prepared for 2021 - Updates in Employment Law

December 9, 2020

Please join Hinckley Allen's Labor & Employment group for a two-part series designed to address a number of important employment law issues and legislation we will face in 2021.*Participants will be able to sign up for Part Two while registering for Pa…

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WEBINAR: The Challenges of a Changing Workplace

September 15, 2020

Don’t miss out on important issues related to COVID-19 that are challenging employers in the workplace related to school issues, reopening, testing requirements, and travel advisories, as well as a discussion on political speech in the workplace and more…

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WEBINAR: COVID-19: Planning for Return to Work, Considerations for Employers

May 6, 2020

NOTE: You must pre-register to attend this webinar. Click here or visit the link below.Join Hinckley Allen as we discuss what employers should consider and plan for to ensure they are prepared to reopen/return to the workplace when states lift stay-at-h…

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WEBINAR: COVID-19 Guidance for Employers—What Every Employer Should Know

April 16, 2020

NOTE: You must pre-register to attend this webinar. Click here or visit the link below.For businesses of all sizes, COVID-19 has presented a vast number of challenges. Hear from Hinckley Allen attorneys as they discuss the latest legislation, best practice…

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