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Caitlin M. Andersen

Phone: 952.921.4619
Fax: 952.896.1704

Caitlin practices in the areas of employee benefits and employment law. She advises employers on compliance issues relating to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, maintaining ERISA compliant employee benefit plans, and other employment matters, including compliance with state and federal contracts, policy development, employment agreements, and discipline and discharge issues.

As an advisor, Caitlin counsels employers on developing and implementing health and welfare and fringe benefits plans, advises them on employee benefits tax matters, helps them navigate new Affordable Care Act regulations, and drafts company policies, agreements, and contracts. Caitlin also works with federal, state, and city contractors to develop Affirmative Action Plans and maintain contract compliance.

Caitlin graduated from the University of St. Thomas School of Law, where she served as a Senior Editor on the School of Law’s flagship law review. She received her B.A., from the University of Michigan. Outside of her law practice, Caitlin enjoys teaching and performing ballet, tap, jazz and hiphop.


  • Caitlin is a regular contributor to the Federal Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Section Monthly Court of Appeals Update (8th Circuit).
  • “Telecommuting Is Reasonable Accommodation Under ADA,” HR Magazine, Society for Human Resource Management, July 2014.
  • “Time to Update Your Handbook: The 2014 Minnesota Women’s Economic Security Act,” Trucking Minnesota, June 2014.
  • “Will the 2014 Minnesota Women’s Economic Security Act Achieve Its Intended Goals?”, With Equal Right, Minnesota Women Lawyers, Volume XXXIX, Issue I.

View Caitlin’s Employer Advisor articles on our website.

Bar Admissions

  • United States District Court, District of Minnesota
  • State of Minnesota


  • University of St. Thomas School of Law, J.D., 2011
  • University of Michigan, B.A., 2008

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