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Duty to Accept Work is Not Always Mandatory in Unemployment Cases

After months of anticipation, Attorney Murphy’s client, Ms. Audrey Moss, an accountant, received a favorable decision from the Massachusetts unemployment office’s appeals “Board of Review”.  The Board of Review’s decision overturned an initial agency decision to deny Ms. Moss unemployment benefits.  … Continue reading

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Pro Bono Matters

Attorney Murphy’s pro bono representation of low income citizens of the Commonwealth resulted in another favorable outcome in the matter of Colon v. Crittenton’s Union, Inc., BR-120635.  Attorney Murphy’s client, Ms. Colon, a former case manager for Crittenton’s Union, sustained a gun … Continue reading

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The Employee Classification System (ECS) is a major liability for both employees and employers.

Attorney Murphy advises both employees and employers on how the employee classification system (ECS) affects their respective employment or business.  The ECS is how a company classifies its workers as either on-call, per diem, independent contractor, temporary employee, part-time or full-time … Continue reading

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