Employment

Legal issues often arise out of employer/employee relationships. Attorneys at the Law Offices of Donahue, Rauscher & McGrail, PC are experienced in counseling clients in an effort to avoid litigation, as well as in successfully trying cases and arguing appeals.

Employer services

Our experienced lawyers can help your business to:

  • Draft effective employment agreements
  • Aggressively screen applicants for employment
  • Require arbitration of employment disputes
  • Design policies against discrimination and harassment, conduct management and supervisory training, and guide employers in the internal investigation of harassment and discrimination claims
  • Investigate allegations of workplace misconduct
  • Implement comprehensive policies regulating conduct in the workplace
  • Discipline employees where necessary
  • Terminate employees who perform poorly or engage in misconduct
  • Protect trade secrets and proprietary information
  • Draft non-competition agreements

Representation services

We defend companies and represent employees in cases that involve:

  • Wrongful discharge and termination claims
  • Employee benefits litigation involving wage and hour issues, unpaid commissions, vacation pay, severance pay, OSHA, and ERISA
  • Employment discrimination (race, gender, disability, age, or religion)
  • Breach of employment contracts
  • Civil rights violations
  • Validity and violation of non-competition agreements
  • Negligent hiring and retention claims
  • Sexual and other workplace harassment
  • Unfair competition and trade secrets
  • Workplace torts
  • Public accommodations discrimination/fair housing
  • Whistleblower/retaliation actions

Speak to the Law Offices of Donahue, Rauscher & McGrail, PC at 508-757-7737 or contact us online today.

Donahue, Rauscher & McGrail, P.C. 23 Harvard Street Worcester, MA 01609 Phone: (866) 625-4898 Fax: (508) 751-5777
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