Law Offices of Thomas S. Francis

Massachusetts Employment Law Attorneys Building Strong Labor Relations

Ensuring compliance and minimizing the risk of costly lawsuits

A profitable business serves the needs of labor, management and the marketplace. But friction between labor and management often causes complications that hurt a company’s competitiveness and threaten the livelihoods of everyone involved. With more than 25 years of litigation experience each, the attorneys at the Law Offices of Thomas S. Francis defend the rights of workers to safe, hospitable and equitable employment, as well as management’s right to productivity and performance. Their experience on both sides of labor and employment issues makes attorneys Francis and Clark uniquely qualified to assist you with comprehensive and lasting solutions to issues that can poison workplace morale and undermine a company’s success.

Winning strategies in employment litigation

The firm's primary focus is representing employers or employees in litigation over an employee's discharge. Attorneys Thomas S. Francis and William M. Clark each have more than 25 years of litigation experience representing clients in litigation over employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful discharge, and other employment related torts.

If you have been terminated or you feel that your rights may have been violated, the firm will review the circumstances to determine your rights and potential remedies. If you are an employer, the firm will review your options, advise as to minimizing the threat of litigation and represent you if legal action is commenced.

Correcting power imbalances

The firm understands that employees often hesitate to confront employers, especially in troubled economic times. Having an employment law attorney on your side can often make a big difference. The firm works to empower individuals to receive the justice they deserve. Whether you are facing a small or large employer, the firm works hard to ensure you get aggressive and reliable representation in cases involving:

  • Defamation
  • Unpaid overtime
  • Unpaid wages
  • Unsafe work conditions
  • Whistleblower retaliation
  • Discrimination
  • Wrongful termination
  • Harassment

Contact Massachusetts attorneys prepared to see employment law cases through to trial

Call the Law Offices of Thomas S. Francis at 617-742-4044 or contact the firm online for your free initial consultation.