Employment Law

For assistance with your employment law matter, contact our attorneys:

KCL’s attorneys are experienced advocates for both employers and employees in the area of employment law. Often these disputes can be resolved through negotiation; however, if mediation, arbitration, and litigation are necessary, we have the experience to assist you.

Our law firm is located near Route 128 on the Newton/Wellesley line making it convenient for us to meet with clients from Boston, MetroWest, the North Shore and the South Shore and throughout Massachusettes.

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Massachusetts law makes it illegal for employers to discriminate against employees based on the employee’s gender, sexual orientation, age (if the employee is over 40), race, national origin or ancestry, disability, genetic information, or membership in the armed services/veteran status.

Our attorneys have an impressive record of victories before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and in the courts. If you are an employer, we can help you avoid a claim of discrimination or help you resolve the claim in the most cost effective manner. If you are an employee, we can advise you regarding your rights and help you in pursuit of your claim.

If you reside, work, or operate a business in Massachusetts and have a dispute with your employer or employee, you may want to consider arbitration or mediation as a way to avoid the expense and disruption of litigation.

Business clients often face a wide range of complex legal issues relating to the design and implementation of employee benefit and compensation plans. We fully understand the myriad of federal and state laws that complicate the compliance process, and we provide services ranging from consultation on discrete compliance matters to comprehensive plan audits. We also have experience with all types of plans including executive contract and compensation plans. We can help your business set up pension, profit-sharing, 401(k) and 403(b) plans, medical, dental, disability and life insurance plans, and fringe benefits plans: section 125, as well as dependent care and stock option plans.