Boston Labor And Employment Lawyers
Aggressive Toward Opponents. Caring For Our Clients.
Labor and employment regulations serve to prevent workers from being taken advantage of by employers or industry conditions. Unfortunately, despite these regulations, many people still end up backed into a corner.
At Dwyer and Duddy Attorneys at Law, P.C, we understand what our clients are up against on a personal level. In many cases they are worried about job protection, have been the subject of discrimination or harassment, have faced wrongful termination, or wage and hour violations or need strength in collective bargaining.
Being just one person against the system is daunting. It is our goal to alleviate client concerns about taking a stand and give them the benefit of experienced legal counsel to efficiently and effectively achieve a favorable outcome.
A Team Of True Professionals With Integrity That Speaks Volumes
Our firm is comprised of Boston labor and employment attorneys Matthew Dwyer and Christina Duddy, whose talents for litigation and the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements have led to a history of success for clients throughout Middlesex County, Suffolk County and the state of Massachusetts.
Together, they bring vast experience and a distinct understanding of how strategic decisions make a difference in achieving clients' goals, whether that involves individual clients or union representatives in public or private sector labor law and employment law cases.
We handle a wide range of legal issues for parties who have been or are on the verge of being taken advantage of by their employer or the system at large. These issues may include:
- Union representation
- Union worker rights
- Contract negotiations
- Protection of health benefits and employee benefit funds
- Collective bargaining agreements
- Grievance arbitration
- Public employees facing dismissal or lawsuits for employment-related actions
- School law issues such as teacher dismissals
- Employees accused of abuse or neglect
- Allegations of police misconduct
- Disability retirement law
- Representation before and interaction with administrative agencies
- Massachusetts Department of Labor Relations (DLR)
- National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
- Division of Administrative Law Appeals/Contributory Retirement Appeal Board (DALA/CRAB)
- Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE)
- Department of Children and Families (DCF)
- Discrimination and harassment cases
- Wrongful termination
For More Information | Call 800-386-2993
Schedule a thirty-minute in-person consultation with an experienced lawyer at our firm. We can be reached online or by telephone at 781-328-4906 (toll free at 800-386-2993).
Our office is conveniently located 10 miles west of Boston with easy, accessible parking and comfortable meeting space. We also offer out of office appointments at locations more convenient for you. Contact our office to learn more about how we can help.