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Our business-oriented approach means that our advice is tailored to the success of your business and its unique needs.  Whether the matter is in litigation already, or if there is a threat of a lawsuit, management must be prepared. Employees are assets to their employers, but on occasion, the employment relationship can be disrupted by claims of:

  • Discrimination, including age, pregnancy, gender, sex, sexual-orientation, race, color, national origin, religion, and others
  • Sexual harassment
  • Unpaid wages/commissions
  • Wrongful termination
  • Retaliation
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Paid Family Medical Leave (PFML) violations
  • Violation of a non-competition, non-disclosure, or confidentiality agreement
  • Equal Pay / Pay Equity

Non-competition Violations

If your employee or former employee is violating or threatening to violate a non-competition agreement you have in place, you may have the right to seek court intervention. The attorneys at Rodman Employment Law are prepared to litigate on your behalf, including, if necessary, by seeking injunctive relief. 

Our management-side clients trust us with on-going, as needed legal advice, and if a dispute arises, we are ready to respond.

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Has your company been served with a lawsuit or is one threatened?

Call us at (617) 820-5250 or contact us online.