Know your rights if you believe you have a wrongful termination case
Although many Massachusetts employees are “at-will,” there are exceptions to the at-will doctrine. There are also certain public policies that protect “at-will” employees from wrongful termination. There are many state and federal laws that provide rights to employees. If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated, it is important to know your rights. We advise employees who know they are going to lose their jobs, or have already been laid off or fired.
There are short statutes of limitations for many wrongful termination claims. Many people make the mistake of thinking that they have a year or more to bring a claim. That just isn’t the case for many wrongful termination claims Many cases have short time frames, such as 300 days, so you should not wait if you think you have a claim. It is important to contact a lawyer as soon as you think you may have a claim or you may lose your rights.
Award-winning Advocacy for Massachusetts employees.
We’ve successfully represented employees with wrongful termination claims. Maura Greene has been named to the list of Super Lawyers in employment in 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013. She is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell, which is a peer review rating, and the highest rating an individual attorney can receive. She has been quoted in the Boston Globe
and the Worcester Telegram and Gazette
on employment issues. She has been an invited speaker on employment topics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Suffolk University Law School, the Boston Architectural College and the Boston Society of Architects. Maura Greene is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, the First Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.
If you believe you’ve been wrongfully terminated, please give us a call at 617-936-1580 or contact email@example.com
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