HRW Welcomes Richard Loftus to the Team

By William Sleight   July 17, 2015

HRW is excited to announce that Richard Loftus has joined the firm as an employment and litigation attorney.

Rich previously was a labor & employment and litigation attorney at a Boston law firm. In that position, Rich’s work included representation of both employers and employees as well as companies seeking to protect their intellectual property. Prior to that, Rich worked in both the Boston and Manchester, New Hampshire offices of a regional law firm where he focused on employment, commercial, and construction litigation.

Rich says “I am very excited to be working at HRW. I wanted to increase my focus on both assisting employers resolve workplace issues quickly and efficiently as well as helping clients successfully litigate matters if necessary, and I believe HRW is the perfect place for me to grow that part of my practice.”

Rich is a graduate of Indiana University Maurer School of Law and Boston College and has been named a Super Lawyer – Rising Star for the past three years.  He is a member of the Boston Bar Association and Massachusetts Bar Association.

“Richard Loftus is a great addition to the HRW team,” said Catherine Reuben, one of the founding partners.  “He is a talented and experienced labor & employment and litigation lawyer.  Rich’s experiences with both employers and employees will provide HRW’s clients with an invaluable perspective, and his litigation experience means he is equipped to assist our clients all the way from taking preventative and risk-reducing measures to resolving lawsuits against them.  We are excited to have him join the HRW team.”

To learn more about Rich, check out his full biography here.

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