Liz Monnin-Browder Named a 2023 "Go To Employment Lawyer"
by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

By Magdalen Teodecki   March 25, 2023

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein is thrilled to announce that partner Liz Monnin-Browder was recognized as a “Go To Employment Lawyer” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. A “Go To Lawyer” is an accomplished senior attorney who is viewed as an expert in their field and has a record of success for their clients. Congratulations to Liz for this well-deserved recognition!

Liz is an experienced employment attorney and trusted advisor who focuses her practice on litigation, training, and counseling. She represents companies and non-profits in employment and business disputes across a broad range of industries. Clients rely on Liz to advise them regarding compliance with myriad employment laws and on matters related to discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour, restrictive covenants, leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, discipline, terminations, and contract disputes, as well as various other issues that arise in the employment relationship. Liz also helps her clients stay on top of changes in the law and design and implement new policies. Liz represents clients in state and federal court, as well as before government agencies, such as the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She is an MCAD-certified trainer, and her practice includes training employers about their legal obligations. Liz applies strategic thinking, creative problem-solving, and exacting attention to detail to all phases of a lawsuit. She understands the business implications and human impact of litigation and works hand-in-hand with her clients to craft strategies that advance their goals.

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