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Chambers & Partners' 2019 Regional Employment Global Practice Guide
Reprinted with permission from Chambers & Partners
Boston attorneys Bret Cohen, Robert Sheridan, Steven Joseph, and Matthew Brown authored a chapter, “Law and Practice,” in the 2019 Regional Employment Global Practice guide for Chambers & Partners. The chapter provides easily accessible information on navigating employment law issues in Massachusetts. The chapter is divided into sections where the authors provide insights and analysis on a number of employment law topics including the current socio-economic, political and legal climate; the nature and import of the employer-employee relationship; the interviewing and hiring process; the terms of the employment relationship; termination of the employment relationship; employment disputes and employee claims, dispute resolution forums and relief; and extraterritorial application of the law.
Bret Cohen chairs the Firm’s Labor and Employment practice and co-chairs the Firm’s Trade Secrets and Employee Mobility practice. His practice covers litigation of trade secrets and employment related claims, as well as drafting and enforcement of non-compete, confidentiality, and other employment-related agreements throughout the United states. Robert Sheridan’s practice encompasses a variety of litigation matters, with an emphasis on litigation and counseling on federal and state labor and employment issues. Steven Joseph focuses his practice on white collar defense & government investigations, and helps companies and individuals navigate conflicts in the modern enforcement, regulatory, and business environments. Matthew Brown concentrates his practice in the areas of employment and trade secrets litigation, as well as insurance and consumer finance litigation.
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