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Maura Greene


Maura Greene is a Boston employment and litigation attorney who has been practicing law in Massachusetts for over 28 years.  She represents executives and professionals who have been fired from their jobs or are seeking to transition out of the company. The firm's clients work in the fields of technology, biotechnology, health care, pharmaceutical, retail, higher education, secondary education, engineering, law, and construction.  She has represented C-Suite Executives, directors, Vice Presidents, marketing, sales, HR professionals and professionals at every level of organizations from start ups to Fortune 500 companies.   Maura Greene reviews and negotiates severance agreements , offers of employment and non-compete agreements for employees.  She handles wage and hour cases. She has won settlements and jury cases for hourly wage workers including wait staff, catering employees, administrative assistants and truck drivers.  She has obtained favorable severance agreements for employees who were terminated from their jobs, and won settlements for employees who were discriminated against based upon age, gender and disability.  She represents employees in sexual harassment cases.  She has represented employees in failure to promote and glass ceiling cases and has won substantial settlements for female executives.  She counsels employees who have written warnings or have been placed on performance improvement plans.

Maura Greene is rated AV by Martindale Hubbell, which is the highest rating an individual lawyer can achieve.  She has been selected to the list of Super Lawyers in employment in 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014.   She practices before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, the EEOC and in the state and federal courts. She graduated from Smith College in 1982 and Suffolk University Law School in 1985, where she was a member of the Law Review. She was admitted to practice in Massachusetts in 1985 and is admitted to practice before the state and federal courts and the United States Supreme Court.  She has been quoted in the Boston Globe, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly and the Worcester Telegram and Gazette.  The Boston Business Journal and Massachusetts Lawyers' Weekly have reported on her cases.   She is a Central Massachusetts native, having attended secondary schools in Worcester, Massachusetts.

She may be reached at 617-936-1580 or maura@mauragreenelaw.com.

Joshua Robbins


Josh Robbins is a Senior Associate with the firm. He is a  Boston employment and litigation attorney who represents executives and other professionals in conducting contract reviews, negotiating severance agreements, non-competes and other agreements and counseling executives and other professionals on their rights following the termination of their employment. Attorney Robbins  handles wage and hour cases, including overtime pay cases, tip pooling cases, prevailing wage and earned sick time.  He also represents employees in discrimination cases. These include claims based upon disability, race, gender, age and other forms of discrimination, including sexual harassment.  He counsels employees who have received disciplinary action, including warnings,  performance improvement plans and suspensions.

Attorney Robbins has been selected to the list of Super Lawyers Rising Stars for 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013. He graduated from Trinity College and Suffolk University Law School. He practices before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, the EEOC and in state and federal courts.

He may be reached at 671-936-1580 or jrobbins@mauragreenelaw.com.

Stefan Barner


Stefan Barner is a legal assistant/paralegal with the firm.  Stefan works closely with the attorneys and clients on matters the firm is handling. He graduated from Simpson College and holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Stefan is an accomplished tenor who has sung with many opera companies and professional music organizations across New England.     

He may be reached at 617-936-1580.
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