At Stanzler Levine, our employment attorneys apply legal skills derived from decades of experience to expertly resolve labor related disputes for both employers and employees.

Our attorneys represent privately held businesses, municipalities, other government entities, schools and public hospitals in labor negotiations, tort claims and liability lawsuits. In an effort to minimize exposure to legal liability, our employment attorneys regularly counsel employers, providing practical advice on discipline and termination, wage-hour compliance, family and medical leave benefits, severance, non-compete, and trade secrecy issues. 

The Employment matters we handle include:


- Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Retaliation
- Hostile Work Environment
- Wage and Hour Irregularities
- Wrongful Termination
- Employee Benefits
- Employment Contracts
- Disciplinary Actions
- Family and Medical Leave
- Unemployment Compensation
- Personnel Policies and Procedures
- Civil Rights Charges
- Severance Agreements
- Non Compete Agreements
- Trade Secrecy

Our attorneys represent privately held businesses, municipalities, other government entities, schools and public hospitals in labor negotiations, tort claims and liability lawsuits. In an effort to minimize exposure to legal liability, our employment attorneys regularly counsel employers, providing practical advice on discipline and termination, wage-hour compliance, family and medical leave benefits, severance, non-compete, and trade secrecy issues.

The employment law attorneys at Stanzler Levine have extensive experience representing clients before state and federal courts, in arbitration and before state administrative agencies such as the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, Department of Employment and Training, Department of Industrial Accidents as well as Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

When you need legal advice, guidance and practical probate solutions, we invite you to call Stanzler Levine to learn how decades of experience can benefit you.

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