I have a demonstrated commitment to advancing the rights of workers in Massachusetts... more
I have a demonstrated commitment to advancing the rights of workers in Massachusetts and beyond. Over the past 20 years, in addition to handling hundreds of cases on behalf of employees, I have demonstrated that commitment by co-founding Fair Work, P.C., a firm focused on employee rights; co-founding Fair Employment Project, Inc., a non-profit whose mission is to provide legal information and ... view profile
Rebecca G. Pontikes represents employees in all phases of employment litigation,... more
Rebecca G. Pontikes represents employees in all phases of employment litigation, including trials, administrative proceedings, mediation, and appeals. Ms. Pontikes concentrates her litigation practice on discrimination, particularly gender and family responsibility discrimination, violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act, public accommodation, sexual harassment, non-competition agreements... view profile
"Of here abilities as a trial lawyer and litigator I have nothing but praise. She... more
"Of here abilities as a trial lawyer and litigator I have nothing but praise. She worth every penny that she charges." -U.S. District Judge Richard Stearns "According to peers, this plaintiff's firm stands out as one where the lawyers 'know how to litigate a case and negotiate a successful outcome.' The firm represents individuals and unions on matters that are primarily related to discrimina... view profile
I am an experienced Criminal Defense and Immigration Law Attorney. I fight hard for... more
I am an experienced Criminal Defense and Immigration Law Attorney. I fight hard for my clients and get results! Call me to schedule a consultation and evaluation of your case. I promise to be straightforward and honest in my assesment of your case. I will not sugarcoat anything in order to gain your business. Honesty and trust come first in the way I do business.
Paul H. Merry practices employment law from offices in Boston, with emphasis on... more
Paul H. Merry practices employment law from offices in Boston, with emphasis on disability, sex, race, age, and other forms of workplace discrimination; as well as wrongful termination, employment contracts, separation and non-compete agreements and other employment-related legal issues. He has litigated a number of discrimination cases on behalf of mothers, persons with disabilities, older ... view profile
I believe that it is imperative for an attorney to educate each client regarding the... more
I believe that it is imperative for an attorney to educate each client regarding the law; possible outcomes of a legal matter; potential cost of the legal matter; and the pros and cons of litigation (including going to trial or settling the matter). Depending upon the client's desires and issues at hand, some legal matters require sheer aggressiveness, while others require more finesse and cre... view profile
*I represent exclusively employers in the following specialties: Health Care,... more
*I represent exclusively employers in the following specialties: Health Care, Telecommunications, Hospitality, Financial Services, Airlines jury and non-jury trials; class actions; FLSA collective actions; NLRB ULP's and Organizing Proceedings; response to Corporate Campaigns and other Union organizing efforts, Union negotiations; representing management in Union and non-Union environments. ... view profile
Employment attorneys focus on the many laws concerning the relationship between employers and employees. If you feel your employer has treated you wrongly as an employee, or if you're an employer who needs to terminate an unsatisfactory employee, you may benefit from the services of an employment attorney. Some professionals, such as teachers, policemen, and pilots, belong to labor unions, which have specific negotiation and labor law procedures that protect union members. A labor attorney will know which laws apply to your particular situation and how you can take advantage of the laws to protect your rights.