Sexual Harassment Lawyers in Massachusetts
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Attorney Tara M. Swartz represents employees, small businesses, and students in a wide range of cases, such as all forms of discrimination and retaliation, sexual harassment, violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act ... » Read more
Personal Injury | Divorce | Bankruptcy | Business & Employment Law MA & NH The law firm of George C. Malonis is a general practice law firm that focuses on obtaining justice and resolutions for Massachusetts and New H... » Read more
As Boston’s premiere employment attorney, Robert A. Adelson concentrates on delivering exceptional services to his diverse clientele. He represents C-Level senior executives and other business leaders in negotiating their e... » Read more
Massachusetts Employment Lawyers are a team of experienced attorneys focused on protecting employees in the workplace. Combined, the group has over 40 years’ experience in fighting for employees. The group has successfully ... » Read more
Steven Altman is the managing partner of Altman & Altman LLP. Steve is a 1989 graduate of Trinity College where he received his Bachelor of Science in Economics. He received his Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University in ... » Read more
Focused primarily in civil litigation. In addition, he contributes to the firm’s corporate, business, non-profit, employment, landlord tenant, and appellate practice areas. Attorney Lorincz is a graduate of Worcester Polyte... » Read more
We represent individuals, including executives, and employers including small businesses and non-profits, in all aspects of employment law. We help our clients address employment issues before they become a crisis. We work wi... » Read more
National Board of Trial Advocacy
David Peter Angueira
Board Certified Specialist in Civil Trial Advocacy
If a Massachusetts lawyer is "certified" in a particular area of law by a non-governmental body, the certifying organization is a private organization, whose standards for certification are not regulated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. See Massachusetts Code of Professional Responsibility, DR 2-105(B) (1997).