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Employment Law
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In our experience, many legal disputes may be fairly and reasonably resolved prior to filing a lawsuit. However, once the decision to file a lawsuit is made, we will proceed to litigation as rapidly as possible. If a party files suit against you and your family, it is vital that you promptly seek advice of counsel. Under the law, you are required to file an answer to a lawsuit within a certain time frame. If you fail to do so, you may predjudice your rights in the case.

We have a great deal of litigation experience in Massachusetts District, Probate, Superior, and Federal Courts, in both jury and non-jury forums. We will be pleased to review these services with you and offer our opinion regarding your case.

In addition, our firm has tried countless arbitration cases and has been in the forefront of utilizing alternative dispute resolution procedures to resolve cases in litigation, or matters which would ordinarily be destined for litigation.



 

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