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Rebecca J. Sivitz is an associate in the Labor & Employment Law Department. She has built a practice representing employers nationwide at all stages of…

Rebecca J. Sivitz is an associate in the Labor & Employment Law Department. She has built a practice representing employers nationwide at all stages of complex employment litigation, developing special expertise in class and collective actions. Clients trust Rebecca to resolve their wage and hour, non-compete and discrimination disputes successfully and efficiently. She represents employers in federal and state courts, before administrative agencies such as the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and before the American Arbitration Association.

Rebecca also practices traditional labor law. She has assisted clients in defeating unfair labor practice charges, responding to union organizing campaigns, developing collective bargaining strategies and confidently completing corporate transactions.

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UPDATE:  On March 31, 2020, Governor Baker announced that Massachusetts’ order closing non-essential businesses and the Commonwealth’s stay at home advisory will remain in effect until May 4, 2020.  The orders were previously scheduled to be in effect through April 7. *  *  * Beginning Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 12:00 PM, Massachusetts will join a growing number of states in closing non-essential businesses and organizations to employees, customers, and the public. Governor Charlie Baker announced the emergency order, COVID-19 Order No. 13 (the “Order”) on Monday morning, March 23, noting that it applies to the “physical workplaces and facilities”…

About

Rebecca J. Sivitz is an associate in the Labor & Employment Law Department. She has built a practice representing employers nationwide at all stages of…

Rebecca J. Sivitz is an associate in the Labor & Employment Law Department. She has built a practice representing employers nationwide at all stages of complex employment litigation, developing special expertise in class and collective actions. Clients trust Rebecca to resolve their wage and hour, non-compete and discrimination disputes successfully and efficiently. She represents employers in federal and state courts, before administrative agencies such as the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and before the American Arbitration Association.

Rebecca also practices traditional labor law. She has assisted clients in defeating unfair labor practice charges, responding to union organizing campaigns, developing collective bargaining strategies and confidently completing corporate transactions.

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