Morgan, Brown & Joy Adds Catherine Scott as an Associate

Boston labor and employment law firm Morgan, Brown & Joy announces that Catherine (Cat) Scott has joined the firm as an associate. Scott helps companies navigate workplace allegations such as employment discrimination, retaliation, wrongful discharge, Family and Medical Leave Act, breach of contract, and wage and hour class actions among others. She also has experience and a particular interest in appellate work related to all labor and employment fields of practice. 

Prior to joining the firm, Scott handled employment litigation and counseling, professional liability and business litigation in a Boston-based litigation firm. She has a strong commercial litigation background and is particularly experienced in handling all types of motions, including early motions to dismiss and motions for summary judgment. In addition to her litigation work, Scott provides daily employment advice for in-house counsel and human resource professionals. She carefully examines the overall wellness of an organization and its employer-employee relationships to determine the best course of action for resolving conflicts. Clients rely on her steady judgment and strong skills to lead them to the best possible course of action. 

Jaclyn L. Kugell, Morgan, Brown & Joy’s Managing Partner, said, “We are delighted that Cat has joined our growing team. Her strong litigation and appellate skills, and experience helping employers navigate the often-changing legal and regulatory landscape will be valuable to our clients.” 

Scott earned her J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law and a B.A. from Tufts University.

About Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP

Morgan, Brown & Joy is among the largest management-side employment law firms in New England, representing a wide range of Fortune 100 corporations, educational and health care institutions and small businesses across all sectors of the economy. The firm’s attorneys are known for anticipating and finding solutions to the ever-expanding range of employment-related legal issues in order to avoid the time and cost of litigation. When litigation becomes necessary, the firm aggressively defends its clients and has a proven record of success.