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Jeffrey S. Siegel
Jeffrey S. Siegel, a partner at the firm, represents employers in a variety of labor and employment matters. His practice includes representing clients in labor and employment litigation, including claims of discrimination (e.g., Title VII, ADA, ADEA, Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 151B), improper payment of wages (e.g., FLSA, Massachusetts Wage Act), as well as state common law, breach of contract, wrongful termination, and defamation claims. Jeff has appeared in federal and state courts, and before government agencies including the EEOC, MCAD, Department of Labor, Attorney General's Office, as well as state anti-discrimination agencies across the country. Jeff drafts and enforces employment agreements, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, and nondisclosure agreements. Jeff counsels clients on day-to-day human resources matters, including workplace investigations, employment policies and handbooks, drug testing, commission plans, compensation, and employee leave issues. Jeff also handles labor-related matters, including arbitration proceedings and charges filed before the NLRB.
A 1996 graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Jeff received his law degree from Boston University School of Law (magna cum laude) in 2000. After graduation, Jeff clerked for the Honorable Gerald Gillerman at the Massachusetts Appeals Court. Following his clerkship, Jeff was an associate at Goodwin Procter LLP in Boston, MA. Prior to joining Morgan Brown & Joy, Jeff was a Vice President / Counsel for Human Resources at Citizens Bank in Providence, RI. Jeff has been recognized as a "Rising Star" in the field of labor and employment law by Law and Politics Magazine, published in Boston Magazine's Super Lawyers edition (2007, 2010, and 2011).
Jeff is a member of the bars of Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Courts of Appeals for the First and Third Circuits, and the United States District Court for the Districts of Massachusetts and New Hampshire.