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Matthew Kane Publishes Massachusetts Law Review Case Comment About Anti-Raiding Provisions

Partner Matthew Kane authored a case comment in the Massachusetts Law Review. The article is entitled Civil Law: SJC Contextualizes Anti-Raiding Provisions Automile Holdings LLC v. McGovern, 483 Mass. 797 (2020).  In this article, Matt outlines useful guidance with respect to two areas of uncertainty under Massachusetts Law: 1.) whether and under what circumstances restrictive covenants […]

Payal Salsburg Presents as a Panelist for a Joint Program for Young Lawyers

Partner Payal Salsburg is a panelist on a program presented to young lawyers covering the practice nuances in the state and federal courts. The program is entitled: “Finding Opportunities for Young Lawyers in State and Federal Court.” The panelists will talk about how young lawyers may find opportunities to participate in hearings and trials and what […]

Laredo & Smith Named to 2021 “Best Law Firms” List

Laredo & Smith, LLP is pleased to be named a regional Tier 2 firm in Massachusetts for Commercial Litigation by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” in 2021. Firms included in the 2021 Edition of “Best Law Firms” are recognized for professional excellence with consistently impressive ratings from clients and peers. Achieving a […]

Payal Salsburg Elected to Board of Directors of the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts

Payal Salsburg is a 2021-2022 elected member of the Women’s Bar Association‘s Board of Directors. Payal joins this impressive team of women lawyers in an At-Large Director position. This leadership team drives the WBA’s mission to bring together the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ‘ women lawyers so that they may build important personal and professional relationships. […]

Brendan Cox Elected to South Boston Neighborhood House Board of Directors

Brendan Cox, Of Counsel with Laredo & Smith, was elected to serve as a member of the Board of Directors for the South Boston Neighborhood House. Established over 115 years ago, the organization is the oldest continuously-operated community based non-profit in South Boston. The Mission of the South Boston Neighborhood House (The Ollie) is “to support family […]

Payal Salsburg Helps MA Residents Obtain COVID-19 Vaccinations

When firm partner Payal Salsburg isn’t working on client matters, she is still helping Massachusetts residents. Payal is not a stranger to volunteer work and this time she is helping people struggling to obtain COVID-19 vaccinations. She began working with the newly formed group Massachusetts COVID Vaccination Help just a couple days ago, but has […]

Laredo & Smith Adds John Fitzpatrick as an Associate

Laredo & Smith LLP is pleased to add attorney John Fitzpatrick to the firm’s litigation practice as an Associate. He joins a strong group of litigators counseling and defending the firm’s clients in a range of business litigation matters. John Fitzpatrick is a civil litigator who contributes to the firm’s work resolving disputes related to […]

Can An Employee Be Fired For Rebutting A Negative Review? Maybe.

A new decision from the Massachusetts Appeals Court has called into question the breadth and scope of an employee’s right to rebut negative information put into her personnel file by an employer. Under G.L. c. 149, §52C, if an employee disagrees with the employer regarding negative information being added to her employee file, the employee […]