We fix workplace problems.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2015|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2011|
|Rising Star||Massachusetts Super Lawyers||2010|
|Adjunct Professor||UMASS - Lowell||2016 - 2016|
|Volunteer||Volunteer Lawyers Project||2008 - 2010|
|Managing Partner||Davis & Davis, P.C.||2001 - 2016|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Massachusetts Bar Association, Employment Law Section||Member||N/A|
|Boston Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|National Employment Lawyers Association (Massachusetts Chapter), Legislative Committee||Co-chair||2011 - 2011|
|Workman v Walden Grill Restaurant||Verdict for $212,000.00|
|Papatsoris v BOA||Won Summary Judgment|
|Grzych v American Reclamation||$60,000.00 judgment|
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|DPS website||Does Same Sex Marriage Affect Your Workplace?||2007|
|Suffolk University Law School||N/A||JD - Juris Doctor||2000|
|Northeastern University||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1995|
|Boston||Mastering Discovery, Deposition and Summary Judgment Strategies in Employment Law Cases||2012|
|Course Superintendents Association of New England Monthly Meeting||Employment Law Principles||2009|
|Seminar on Current Trends in Employment Law||Current Employment Law Trends||2007|
|Employment Law Conference||How to Get Probable Cause or Lack of Probable Cause at the MCAD||2007|
|NELA Regional Conference||How to Run a Successful Plaintiff's Employment Law Practice||2006|
|Annual Q & A for New England School of Law students||Open Forum on the Practice of Law in Massachusetts||2004|
Posted by anonymous
John Davis, words can't describe him. He has a true passion for standing up for people who have been discriminated against. I never experienced discrimination until 10 years into my career where I felt bad about it. John will make you feel confident in uncomfortable situations. You don't have to feel like you can't share your story with him. He works hard and doesn't give up on a case until he knows justice has been served. This is a wonderful person and a great lawyer, which is hard to find. This is a person who is so good at what he does that he could be out there supporting bad people with tons of money, but yet he sticks around and defends the real victims, every day people such as the woman who just want to be able to work to provide for their family but get told they can't, people who are treated unfairly in the workplace or discriminated against for one reason or another. This guy is tough as nails and honest. It doesn't matter to him if you are a man or a woman, what matters to him is that your voice was heard, when everyone else dismissed you and thought they got away with treating you less than human. A big thank you to John and his staff.
Posted by Jason
I had the opportunity to work with John to resolve a fraud issue with my former employer. John and his team were excellent. They clearly communicated the process, were diligent, and kept me informed throughout the entire process. It took a little over 18 months to get everything settled. John was very fair and professional over this period, not charging me for every five minute follow up or question. In the end we were able to reach a settlement and I was very pleased with the process.
Rebecca Pontikes, Employment and labor Attorney
When I met John, I was first impressed by his ability to quickly assess a situation, focus with laser like precision on the issue, and come up with a solution quickly. He takes both the client's circumstances and financial considerations into account in providing the most aggressive and cost effective representation possible. He is a pleasure to work with.