Focused Advocacy in Cases Involving Wrongful Termination Claims
Representing Employees and Employers across New England
While most employees are employed on an at-will basis and can be fired for no reason, employers are vulnerable to allegations of wrongful termination if they fire an employee for the wrong reason.
Employees cannot be fired or terminated for reasons of discrimination based on disability, pregnancy, age, race, gender, sexual orientation or political association. They cannot be fired for reporting illegal actions by the company or for complaining or seeking legal redress if they have been discriminated against or subjected to harassment.
Handling Complex and High-profile Employment Cases
Our firm represents employees in wrongful termination claims, and we defend employers who have been charged with wrongful termination. We have handled a number of high-profile, complex employment law cases that received extensive media coverage. Clients can rely not only on our legal ability to resolve their claim in court, but also our skillful dealing with the media.
Wrongful termination cases are frequently difficult because of a lack of evidence. We are thorough in conducting the discovery needed to support our clients’ cases, and our firm has a track record of success in wrongful termination cases. Our employment law attorneys provide focused advocacy as well as strong support for our clients as they face the stress and interruption of a complex case.
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265 State St
Springfield, MA 01103
Phone: (413) 746-4400
Fax: (413) 746-2816
We serve the following localities: Bristol County including New Bedford and Fall River; Essex County including Lynn, Lawrence, and Haverhill; Hampden County including Springfield; Middlesex County including Lowell, Cambridge, Newton, Somerville, Framingham, Waltham, Malden, and Medford; Norfolk County including Quincy and Brookline; Plymouth County including Brockton and Plymouth; Suffolk County including Boston; and Worcester County including Worcester.