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November 28, 2017

A 2013 lawsuit filed by a former high level employee of the Plymouth County District Attorney's Office recently settled and made it into the news. The case provides yet another example of how an employment law case can play out, so I wanted to write up some of the particular facts here for those employees who are looking to understand how employment litigation works. 

A former Assistant District A...

March 23, 2017

Is your Massachusetts employer showing you the door while providing you with a severance agreement to consider?

It is advisable to go over it with an employment lawyer so that she can review the implications of each provision with you, as well as identify what is there and what also might not be there.

Below are eight things to consider when thinking about signing a severance agreement. Note that t...

February 9, 2017

I don't write about my own clients for obvious reasons. The recent news stories about retaliation against whistle-blowing Wells Fargo employees, however, caught my attention because they are so similar to the stories of the employees I represent.

Workers in this CNN video reported being required to meet unreasonable performance standards by Wells Fargo. These standards were not only unrealist...

November 1, 2016

I've been speaking with a lot of people recently who have been subject to retaliation resulting from their whistle-blowing activities. The question of whether there are legal protections for that whistle-blowing activity, and against the resulting retaliation, is, like many employment law matters, complicated.

While employees in the private sector have some range of specific protections in this re...

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