CUTLER & WILENSKY LLP handles the putting in place of personnel policies and procedures; classification of employees; compliance with the myriad of employment laws and regulations such as overtime, wage and hour; medical leave; maternity and paternity leave; disciplinary actions; terminations; and severance agreements.  Our employment lawyers handle employee related questions and documentation such as offer letters, employment agreements, confidentiality agreements, non-disclosure agreements, non-compete agreements, non-solicitation agreements, commission agreements, independent sales representative agreements, privacy concerns and policies, classification of employees, wage and hour issues, leave policies, FMLA policies, ADA policies, discrimination policies, harassment policies, disciplinary procedures, sexual harassment policies, internal employee complaints, releases and waivers.    

CW also handles all aspects of employment litigation arising out of the employment relationship, such as wrongful termination, discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour, misclassification, overtime, FMLA, medical leave, paternity and maternity leave, non-compete agreements, non-solicitation agreements, confidentiality agreements and employment agreements.  Our attorneys have extensive litigation and trial experience in both jury and bench trials, as well as handling administrative complaints before the MCAD and EEOC and investigations brought by the Office of the Attorney General and other administrative and regulatory bodies.  

The following are the types of matters that our employment attorneys are commonly called upon to address:

  • Producing an Employee Handbook or Policy Manual;

  • Wage and Hour Concerns;

  • Classification Of Employees;

  • Employment Contracts;

  • Use Of Independent Contractors;

  • Severance Agreements;

  • Waivers And Releases;

  • Confidentiality Agreements;

  • Non-Compete Agreements;

  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA);

  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA);

  • Maternity And Paternity Leave;

  • Addressing Disabilities;

  • Sick Leave;

  • Developing Seminars and/or Workshops to Educate Employees on Sexual Harassment, Discrimination Laws and Related Matters;

  • Massachusetts Employment Laws;

  • Federal Employment Laws;

  • Small Necessities Leave Act (SNLA);

  • Privacy Laws; and

  • Internet Policies.

If you have any questions about employment law, please fill out the inquiry form for our Brookline employment lawyers or contact one of our offices.