Sherin and Lodgen LLP

Labor & Employment Department

Massachusetts
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Overview

Sherin and Lodgen’s Employment Law Department represents executive, professionals and business clients across a range of industries, providing counseling, negotiation, and complex litigation services.

Our transactional employment practice provides advice and representation to executive and professionals in matters such as:

  • Executive and professional employment agreements
  • Short- and long-term incentive arrangements including deferred and equity compensation
  • Non-competition, non-solicitation and non-disclosure agreements
  • Termination and severance protection, including “Good Cause” and “Good Reason” strategies
  • Change in control provisions
  • Post-employment consulting agreements
  • Expatriation agreements

When disputes arise, clients turn to our litigation attorneys for assistance in high-level, complex litigation work. Our attorneys have significant experience representing clients in state and federal courts and before state and federal administrative agencies in Massachusetts and other states including the MCAD and EEOC. 

Our representation includes pursuing and defending clients in matters concerning:

  • Non-competition and restrictive covenants
  • Trade secret disputes
  • Executive and professional termination disputes, including those in arbitration
  • Disputes between partners and shareholders in closely held corporations
  • Discrimination, sexual harassment, disability and leave issues, including those under Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • Wrongful termination and retaliation claims
  • Whistleblower disputes

Members

MacDonough, Brian

MacDonough, Brian J.

Shilepsky, Nancy

Articles, Highlights and Press Releases

Total 17 Articles, Highlights and Press Releases

Sherin and Lodgen’s Employment Law Department Recognized by Chambers USA

Nancy Shilepsky, Brian J. MacDonough

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LEGAL ALERT: Updated Equal Pay Act, Effective July 1, 2018

Nancy Shilepsky

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#MeToo and the New Tax Law: Beware Of The Unintended Consequences

David I. Brody, Brian J. MacDonough

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