Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP Photo
photo of Daniel Field photo of Daniel Field photo of Daniel Field


Direct(617) 788-5016
Direct Fax(617) 977-9219


Mailing Address

Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP
200 State Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02109

Download vCardDownload vCard

Super Lawyers

Daniel Field

Dan represents employers in a variety of labor and employment matters with a special focus on wage and hour compliance and litigation defense in employment disputes. He defends companies facing wage and hour class/collective action lawsuits and government audits frequently. Dan also represents businesses in litigation involving claims of discrimination, sexual harassment, trade secret violations, torts and breach of contract.

The former Chief of the Massachusetts Attorney General's Fair Labor Division, which is Massachusetts' principal labor law enforcement authority, Dan was responsible for overseeing enforcement of Massachusetts' wage and hour and prevailing wage laws. Dan represented the Attorney General before the legislature and prepared legislation on labor standards as well as regulatory guidelines. Working with the United States Department of Labor, he prosecuted multiple civil and criminal cases involving overtime, pension-benefit and tax violations as well as insurance fraud. He served previously as an assistant district attorney with the Middlesex District Attorney. An experienced trial attorney, Dan has served as lead counsel in more than 50 jury trials.

Dan is a chapter co-author for Wage and Hour Laws, A State-By-State Survey (BNA 2011 & Supp. 2013), contributes to the ABA’s annual Fair Labor Standards Act FLSL Committee Report (2006-2013) and is a chapter co-author for MCLE’s Drafting Employment Documents in Massachusetts (2013). He graduated from Boston University School of Law, where he was a Hennessey Scholar, served as Articles Editor for the Boston University Probate Law Journal and represented the law school on the Craven National Moot Court Team. Dan received his undergraduate degree from Temple University, magna cum laude. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association Labor and Employment Section Council, sat on the Steering Committee of the Boston Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Section and is a member of the Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee of the American Bar Association.