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The Massachusetts Employers’ 2024 To-Do List

Date: January 31 Time: 7:30 am - 9:00 am


Cost: This event is being offered as a free education session.

Location 300 TradeCenter, Suite 7600
Woburn, MA 01801

The start of a new year is a great time to review and update employment practices. Join members of McLane Middleton’s Employment Law Practice Group for a discussion of items that MA employers should consider putting on their “To-Do” list in 2024, including wage and hour best practices, job descriptions, and employee handbooks.


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Adam Hamel
Director, McLane Middleton & Chair of Employment Law Practice Group

Adam is a director in McLane Middleton’s Litigation Department and chair of the firm’s Employment Law Practice Group, concentrating his practice in the areas of business, employment and probate litigation. Adam regularly assists clients on a variety of commercial and employment litigation matters, including claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, and violations of restrictive covenants. Adam also has extensive experience working on will contests, fiduciary litigation and guardianships.

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Sean LaPorta
Associate, McLane Middleton

Sean provides services regarding employment contracts, waivers, severance agreements, compliance, risk analysis, and navigating state and federal laws. Sean is committed to providing personal attention to the needs of businesses in the community and provides advice to local businesses and professionals on a wide array of topics, focusing on risk management, compliance, contract negotiation, and employment matters.

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Vineesha Sow
Associate, McLane Middleton

Vineesha focuses her practice on employment and education matters. She advises clients on a range of employment matters such as separation agreements, terminations, discrimination/harassment, and she has significant experience conducting workplace investigations. Vineesha has represented a range of clients in arbitrations, collective bargaining and before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.