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Employment Discrimination in Hampden County, Massachusetts
Are you a Victim of Employment Discrimination?
Massachusetts and the federal government have laws that prohibit private persons, organizations or governments from discriminating against people because of certain protected characteristics.
When Does Employment Discrimination Occur?
Employment discrimination occurs when a person:
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Notable Discrimination Cases
Moriarty v. Sullivan, et al.
Moriarty, an employee, was wrongfully terminated by his employer. The employer sought to attempt to defend the case with the Massachusetts Anti-Slapp Statute and sought an appeal.
The firm aggressively defended the Appeal and argued the issue before the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
The employer lost its Appeal and settled the suit for $200,000.00
Civil Service Appeal
Attorney Allyn recently represented a Civil Service employee before the Massachusetts Civil Service Commission after incoming Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse wrongfully terminated her employment contrary to the Massachusetts Civil Service Statute.
The Employee was ordered reinstated to her position with an award of back pay and cost by the Massachusetts Civil Service Commission for Wrongful Termination.
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