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December 19, 2016

Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston has begun experimenting with virtual health care. The Medical Director for Telehealth there recently wrote this piece for Harvard Business Review indicating that its "telehealth" or -- virtual practice -- is particularly focused on improving:

1) patient access to health care providers,

2) patient health generally, and

3) communication between primary care physi...

November 10, 2016

I talk to a lot of people who hate their jobs. They're on the verge. Their boss is terrible. They've worked their hearts out but it's just not working. They drag themselves in everyday. They're not sure they can do it much longer -- and perhaps, more importantly, they don't know if they want to. 

They need time and space. But should they hang in there for the career? 

For the money? 

Is there someth...

September 15, 2016

I do not go into detail about my client's cases here for obvious reasons. But a recent NPR story about retaliation and bullying in the workplace provides 

examples of the very types of workplace situations I help with on a regular basis.  

[T]here are those, like Lorraine Segal, whose cases never result in a [legal] filing. Segal gave up her tenured professorship at a community college teachin...

August 19, 2016

One of the best parts of being an employment lawyer is figuring out all the relevant aspects of an employment situation and counseling people on how to best go about achieving their goals. When I worked at the Massachusetts AG's Office, if someone was speaking with me it was usually either because they were a worker who was mistreated somehow at work or because they were an employer (or their lawyer)...

August 18, 2016

Many people turn to career advisers, not employment lawyers, when things run aground at work. But there are often legal issues underlying the workplace concerns for which career advisers don't have the training to advise. The purpose of my practice is to understand, attend to and counsel an individual around their workplace concerns as well as all of the legal issues surrounding them....

August 7, 2016

People come to me for all sorts of reasons. 

She's been sexually harassed and uncomfortable at work for too long, so she just has to go. 

His employer isn't coming through with something important, and the trust and good will has been worn to shreds. 

She was terminated, and thinks it was illegal. 

I am an employment lawyer and can talk you through your options for legal recourse. What to f...

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