MA Wage Act – obtained pre-judgment trustee process attachments against employer’s and president’s personal bank accounts and won motion to compel full wage payment that employer claimed was subject to a set-off

MA Wage Act – obtained summary judgment in favor of employee against Massachusetts employer where employee lived out of state.  For a copy of the decision, click here.

Analytics Consulting Company – defeated motion for a preliminary injunction filed by prior employer and ultimately reached a very favorable settlement. The judge’s decision denying the motion for a preliminary injunction can be accessed here:

Life Sciences Consulting Firm – investigated sexual harassment complaint brought by female employee against senior manager and protected the company against a possible claim.

International airport security company – defended claims by former executive for benefits under a change of control agreement. Obtained favorable settlement after mediation.

International dental implant company – defended claims of breach of restrictive covenants in New York state court. Obtained favorable settlement after deposition of plaintiff’s key witness.

National prosthetics company – successfully defeated claims by alleged competitor over hiring.

National accounting firm – defended claims of intentional interference with contractual relations arising from the client’s employment of former partners of another accounting firm in alleged violation of non-competition agreements. Successfully limited scope of the non-competition agreements to permit the partners to continue to work for new company. Settled case at mediation.

IT monitoring company – defended principals and 6 employees in claim by former employer in Connecticut after principals’ non-competition agreements expired, alleging unfair competition and trade secrets violations arising out of new company’s success in winning clients from previous employer. Case settled after discovery in form of credits for sub-contracting services provided to previous employer.

Engineering software company – obtained temporary restraining order in New Hampshire superior court against former employees who developed source code, who left and started U.S. office of largest competitor three miles from former employee.

Employment Law

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