At Wilchins Cosentino & Novins, we take an assertive and proactive approach, leveraging our legal knowledge, keen insights and sharp instincts to achieve successful outcomes for our clients.
As employment litigation lawyers, we are passionate about getting the right results and we will fight hard to achieve that end. In short, our employment litigation services rival those offered by the best firms in Boston, all at a value they cannot match.
Our Employment Litigation Services
The employment litigation attorneys at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins represent employers and employees in Federal and State Courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in administrative agencies such as Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and in arbitration proceedings before FINRA and the American Arbitration Association.
As employment litigation lawyers, we litigate employment lawsuits for employers and employees for such matters as contract and employment agreement disputes, wrongful discharge and termination claims; noncompetition disputes, compensation, hiring, termination; sexual harassment; discrimination; benefits claims; wage and hour disputes; misclassification of employees and protection of trade secrets and intellectual property.
Meet the Litigators at Wilchins Cosentino & Novins
Susan Donaldson Novins
Michael B. Cosentino
Representative Employment and Discrimination Cases
Defense of employer leading to former employee’s withdrawal of MCAD complaint alleging age discrimination.
Defense of employer and nominal settlement of claimed discrimination based upon religion.
Pursuit and settlement of sexual harassment and wrongful termination claim against employer after employee disclosed that she was pregnant.
Why WCN for Litigation
Right-sized. We are large enough to have the depth of expertise and knowledge, while small enough to be available, accessible and personal.
Exceptional Value. We deliver exceptional value by being efficient; offering value that Boston-based firms cannot match.
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