Employment Law

The McCormack Firm provides counseling and litigation services in connection with legal issues arising out of employer/employee relationships. Our attorneys are experienced in counseling clients so as to avoid litigation as well as successfully trying cases and arguing appeals.

Employer services

  • Draft effective employment agreements
  • Aggressively screen applicants for employment
  • Require arbitration of employment disputes
  • Design policies against discrimination and harassment, conduct management and supervisory training, and guide employers in the internal investigation of harassment and discrimination claims
  • Investigate allegations of workplace misconduct
  • Implement comprehensive policies regulating conduct in the workplace
  • Discipline employees when necessary
  • Terminate employees who perform poorly or engage in misconduct
  • Protect trade secrets and proprietary information
  • Draft non-competition agreements

Representation services

  • Wrongful discharge and termination claims
  • Employee benefits litigation involving wage and hour issues, unpaid commissions, vacation pay, severance pay, OSHA and ERISA
  • Employment discrimination (race, gender, disability, age, or religion)
  • Breach of employment contracts
  • Civil rights violations
  • Validity and violation of non-competition agreements
  • Negligent hiring and retention claims
  • Sexual and other work place harassment
  • Unfair competition and trade secrets
  • Workplace torts
  • Public accommodations discrimination/fair housing
  • Whistleblower/retaliation actions

Serving institutional and individual clients since 1981

The McCormack Firm, LLC at 617-951-2929 or contact us online today.

Contact Info

The McCormack Firm, LLC
Attorneys at Law

One International Place, 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02110

Phone: 617-951-2929
Fax: 617-951-2672

What's New

  • The McCormack Firm, LLC is proud to announce the addition of two new associates, Claire McClintock and Jonathan Hayden, to its litigation practice. [Read...]
  • Prior to joining The McCormack Firm, Ms. McClintock worked as an attorney for the Boston Public School Department and also as a real estate and probate attorney. [Read...]
  • Prior to joining the firm, Jon served four years as a Captain in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Jon was a prosecutor for the XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg, North Carolina where he tried felonies and misdemeanors as the lead prosecutor in jury and bench trials. [Read...]
  • David Suny successfully obtained a $250,000 judgment after a three-day bench trial in a commercial summary process (eviction) action. The judgment included past due rent, as well as a sizable amount of money for the tenants' three years of unlawful use and occupancy of 10,000 square feet of space at the multi-tenanted building in suburban Boston. [Read...]
  • Joseph Aronson is now providing mediation and arbitration services. To schedule a mediation or arbitration, please call (617) 951-2929 or email mediations@mccormackfirm.com. [Read...]
  • Attorney Robert La Hait recently obtained the dismissal of a 93A action against a major worker's compensation carrier in the Suffolk Superior Court, arguing, among other things, that the insurer [Read...]
  • The McCormack Firm, in conjunction with co-counsel Mitchell Ross of Boston's Sweder and Ross, defeated a motion to dismiss in an ERISA case brought on behalf of a former corporate officer [Read...]
  • The McCormack Firm's ERISA litigation group defeated multiple motions filed by a private company and certain present or former officers seeking to dismiss a breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit brought by several current and former employees of the [Read...]

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