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Posted by a Employment client,
First and foremost my lawyer took almost double from my settlement than he told me in writing What he would be taking. I was very upset as his assistant coached me into taking an offer and it felt to me as if it was a bait and switch. On top of him taking almost double than what he told me I was taxed on the money he received. When asked to structure the settlement differently so that I wasn't double taxed, he told me it was too much of a hassle. It also took way to long to settle my case. I was told initially that I could do my deposition in the state I reside in as I have health problems and this ended up not being the case so I was sort of forced to settle. I was very unhappy with the outcome and wish I read that he was a civil rights lawyer and not an employment lawyer which is what I needed.
Posted by MBN11, a Civil Rights client,
Joseph L Sulman is Boston's Finest Lawyers, he is honest, reliable and respectful, I had nearly lost hope in finding such a reputable lawyer, until I found Sulman law firm, he was sincerely interested in helping me resolve my civil issue, his communication was clear and upfront, Mr. Sulman worked with me to resolve my issue in a quick and stress less manner. Although I hope that I never have the need to use a lawyer in such a way again, but if so I would use the law office of Joseph L. Sulman as well as recommend his name to others in need of an excellent lawyer. He truly represents what all lawyers should be and strive to be.
I wish him great success in helping future clients.
Posted by Alex, a Employment client,
Joseph was outstanding. His advice was informed, timely, and thorough. His review of my non-compete agreement led me to not only negotiate for an updated agreement that was much more favorable to my interests, but also to ask for a raise, which I subsequently received. I'd certainly go back to Joseph for any future work that related to employment law.