Mark Macchi is a labor and employment lawyer. His practice involves advising employers on a variety of matters, including wage and hour compliance, restrictive covenants, discrimination, termination, and personnel policies. Mark has worked on matters involving the Massachusetts Wage Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and other areas of employment law.
With respect to traditional labor law, Mark advises clients on the diverse issues that may arise under a collective bargaining agreement. Mark has experience with negotiating collective bargaining agreements, processing grievances and labor arbitration, and unfair labor practice charges.
Mark works to ensure that clients are kept updated on new developments in labor and employment law. He provides feedback to clients as to how such new developments may impact their policies and daily operations.
Before joining Hirsch Roberts Weinstein, Mark was a labor and employment attorney at a Boston law firm. While at Northeastern University School of Law, Mark served as a law clerk at an employment litigation law firm in New York and as a judicial intern for Judge Norman H. Stahl of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.