Grant King is a litigator and advisor working with employers on a range of employment and labor law matters. He works with clients to resolve disputes regarding contracts, disciplinary issues, harassment and discrimination allegations, retaliation and more. As a methodical and organized attorney, Grant handles all stages of litigation including due diligence and research, case strategy, depositions, documentation and case management. Grant’s experience also includes transactional matters for business clients.
Grant’s strong foundation as a lawyer was established through his co-op work at the Massachusetts Securities Division and as a judicial intern for the Honorable Marianne B. Bowler in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. In these roles, Grant gained critical knowledge about the regulation of laws and the importance of the judicial process. As a judicial intern, Grant also observed many employment-related mediations, providing him with important insight into resolving disputes between employers and employees.
Prior to joining Morgan, Brown & Joy, Grant was an associate handling litigation matters in the Boston office of a mid-sized law firm. His experience at this firm includes supporting litigation in the areas of employment, bankruptcy, insurance coverage, real estate, products liability, and personal injury.
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