October 12, 2017
BOSTON (Oct. 12, 2017)–Robert O. Sheridan has joined Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP as of counsel in the Boston office where his practice will encompass a variety of litigation matters with an emphasis on federal and state labor and employment issues. He was most recently at Mintz Levin, and he joins Bret A. Cohen, who joined Nelson Mullins from Mintz Levin in August to co-chair the Labor and Employment Practice.
Sheridan has counseled clients on a wide variety of employment issues, such as independent contractor and employee classification, reasonable accommodation for disabled employees, employee discipline and terminations, and the enforcement of non-compete, non-disclosure, and other employment-related agreements. He also manages and conducts internal investigations of harassment and discrimination claims, wage and hour compliance issues, and whistleblower claims. He has been recognized as a Massachusetts “Rising Star” in Employment Litigation by “Super Lawyers.” A former corporate financial analyst with Series 7 and 63 Registrations at Houlihan, Lokey, Howard & Zukin, he applies his experience to provide guidance on corporate mergers and acquisitions and in general litigation matters, including complex business litigation, securities litigation, and the misappropriation of trade secrets.
Sheridan earned a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University and a Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar and U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Prior to graduating law school, he served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Christopher Muse of the Massachusetts Superior Court.
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