Jacqueline A. Hayduk



Jacqueline Hayduk is an associate and litigation lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. She is a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice. Jacqueline represents and counsels clients on a variety of employment issues, such as, sexual and other harassment issues, ADA and FMLA compliance and wage garnishment proceedings. She has represented clients in a wide range of litigation matters, including employment discrimination, wage and hour cases, and trade secret and non-competition matters before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Jacqueline has conducted and supported internal investigations related to sexual harassment allegations and theft of intellectual property.

Jacqueline has counseled numerous manufacturing clients regarding COVID-19 emergency issues, compliance with state executive orders and best practices for recalling employees as states reopen. She has also advised a variety of businesses on unemployment issues raised by the COVID-19 pandemic, including assisting employers with developing and applying for Work Share programs in various states.

Prior to joining Foley, Jacqueline served as an assistant prosecuting attorney with the Sexual Assault Team at the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office and a Jay A. Pritzker Fellow at the Legal Aid and Defender’s Association. Jacqueline has tried twenty felony jury trials in the Third Circuit Court, including various life offenses and interviewed hundreds of witnesses for purposes of investigations and trial preparation.


  • Northwestern University School of Law (J.D., 2016)
    • Member of two of the Northwestern Bluhm Legal Clinics
    • Awarded Jay A. Pritzker Fellowship
  • Michigan State University (B.A., with honors, 2012)
    • Majored in interdisciplinary humanities

Presentations and Publications

  • Co-author, “The Tools Used in Modern Business---Such As Videoconferencing---and the Social Media Culture Create Real Challenges to Protecting Trade Secrets,” Foley Insights: Labor & Employment Law Perspectives (February 16, 2021)


  • Michigan
  • Eastern District of Michigan



New Year, New Protections for Pregnant and Nursing Employees
30 January 2023
Labor & Employment Law Perspectives
More Cuts to NYC’s COVID-19 Restrictions
26 September 2022
Labor & Employment Law Perspectives
New Year, New Quarantine Rules
03 January 2022
Labor & Employment Law Perspectives
Times are changing: MIOSHA rescinds COVID-19 Emergency Rules and Adopts Rules for Healthcare Workers
24 June 2021
Coronavirus Resource Center:Back to Business
OSHA ETS is stayed – What should employers do now?
19 January 2022
Webinar: Coming Out of the Dark
05 May 2020