Boston Employment Law Firm
Rodman Employment Law is a Boston-based employment litigation firm engaged in high-stakes cases focused on workplace discrimination, harassment claims and employee exit plans. With over 70 years of combined law experience, our team is prepared to represent you through all stages of a workplace dispute – from initial demand, through trial and appeal if necessary. Our clients face a variety of unique, complex legal challenges and count on us to handle them.
Fighting for Employee Rights
We are dedicated to defending employee rights in the workplace. Everyone deserves a safe work environment absent of discrimination. We represent a wide range of employment claims: from sexual harassment to wage disputes to wrongful termination. We assist our clients with issues arising from their exit plan, such as severance negotiations, non-disclosure agreements and non-compete agreements.
As a boutique firm, we can offer cost-effective, flexible representation that adjusts to each client’s unique requirements. Our setting is ideal for understanding the personal objectives of our clients and the nuances of their case. We provide exceptional legal services while avoiding the unnecessary layers of the larger firms. You won’t get lost with us.
Why Choose Rodman Employment Law?
Client-collaboration is key. Our firm’s highly talented and experienced employment lawyers will work to determine your individual goals and pursue them vigorously. Our unrelenting desire to win is what drives our success. Our experience in representing both plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation provides unique insights into what motivates opponents in court and during settlement negotiations. Contact us today for a consultation to discuss the merits of your claim.
Employment Law News & Articles
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