What Rights Do Donors Have Over Donor-Advised Funds?
A current lawsuit in California raises several questions about what rights donors retain when they donate property to a donor-advised fund....
Our employment litigators have a track record of success at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and Civil Service Commission as well as in state and federal trial courts handling a wide range of employment disputes, including:
We represent employees who have been wrongfully terminated, or have suffered other adverse employment actions because of their membership in a protected class. We also advise employees and employers regarding their respective rights and obligations under federal and state wage laws. We provide an honest assessment of our clients’ claims and seek to achieve the best possible result through settlement. However, we are willing to take every case to trial in the event that a fair and reasonable solution cannot be attained.
On behalf of our business clients, our primary goal is to avoid employment disputes by advising on best practices and ensuring that policies are up to date. However, we understand that not all businesses have a policy for every scenario, and that sometimes claims arise despite a company’s careful preventative efforts. When a dispute arises we conduct a thorough internal investigation to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the employee’s claim, then resolve the claim if possible or defend the employer if a resolution is not attained.
To discuss an employment litigation claim, you may contact one of our employment lawyers to set up a confidential consultation. To arrange yours, call our Worcester office at (508) 792-2800 or send us an email.