February 2, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 33

Gavriela M. Bogin-Farber

Gavriela Bogin-Farber represents individuals in all aspects of employment negotiations and litigation, including discrimination, wage and hour disputes, retaliation, and wrongful termination.

Gavi has litigated cases before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and in state and federal court. She also advises professionals and executives regarding separation agreements, employment agreements, and ongoing workplace issues. She was elected President of the Massachusetts Employment Lawyers Association (MELA), an organization of over 160 attorneys committed to advancing employee rights.

Prior to joining the firm, Gavi was an associate at another Boston law firm specializing in plaintiff’s employment law. Now, she is a member of the firm’s award-winning Employment Law Department – ranked by Chambers USA for “Labor and Employment: Mainly Plaintiff’s Representation” in Massachusetts and by U.S. News and World Reports “Best Law Firms” for “Employment Law: Individuals” and “Litigation – Labor and Employment.”

Articles in the National Law Review database by Gavriela M. Bogin-Farber

The National Law Review has selected Ms. Gavriela M. Bogin-Farber as a 2021 Go-To Thought leader for  Massachusetts Litigation Case Updates, in which noteworthy cases are highlighted and analyzed. Ms. Bogin-Farber's  insightful comments on scenarios ranging from attorneys taking electronic data from their employer and then launching a new firm using the stolen data, to the enforceability of arbitration agreements in “browsewrap agreements” and how discrimination and retaliation can be proven through circumstantial evidence when an older employee was let go as part of the ‘rejuvenation of the team' provides practical information and strategies readers can use.

 

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