• Employment Discrimination

    The employment discrimination attorneys at our firm represent victims of employment discrimination and help resolve matters involving employment discrimination in the state of Massachusetts. What is employment discrimination? Employment discrimination (or workplace discrimination or labor market discrimination is discrimination in hiring, promotion, job assignment, termination, and compensation. It includes various types of harassment. In Massachusetts the… [Continue Reading]

    Employment Discrimination
  • Workplace Safety Issues

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    Workplace Safety Issues
  • Unemployment Compensation

    Our firm has a long history of success in representing individuals in unemployment compensation claims. The Massachusetts Division Of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) decides claims for unemployment compensation benefits. Quite often when speaking with the DUA, people become nervous when answering questions for fear of giving the “wrong” answers. Some times the details and relevant facts… [Continue Reading]

    Unemployment Compensation
  • Wrongful Termination

    Massachusetts law prohibits employers from terminating an employee in violation of a state public policy, such as firing an employee in retaliation for refusing to aid the employer in illegal activity or for filing a claim under the Workers’ Compensation Act. Federal law provides broader protection to employees, making it unlawful to terminate based on… [Continue Reading]

    Wrongful Termination
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Jeffrey R. Mazer

profile-150After witnessing, first hand, his father experience the devastation of being the victim of an unlawful employment termination, Attorney Mazer established the Mazer Law Group to provide employees with a place to obtain advice, counseling and representation regarding their rights in the workplace.

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Massachusetts Employment Attorneys

Attorney Mazer takes pride in the fact that he has established a “different” kind of Massachusetts employment law firm. Combining legal expertise with compassion is what he does best. Attorney Mazer works very closely with each client by listening, educating and advocating for that client. The goal at the Mazer Law Group is to make every client feel as if he or she is our only client.

Civil Rights

A Civil Right is a legal right or privilege under the Constitution of the United States. Civil rights include Freedom of Speech, Freedom of the Press, Freedom of Assembly, The Right to Vote, Freedom from Involuntary Servitude, Right to equality in public places.

Certain groups and classes are protected by civil rights laws preventing discrimination based on race, sex, age, religion, previous condition of servitude, physical limitation, national origin and in some instances, sexual preference

Employment Discrimination

Employment Discrimination law composed of federal and state statutes provides legal protection against Discrimination based on race, sex, religion, national origin, physical disability, and age by employers.

The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution limit the power of the federal and state governments to discriminate. [Learn more...]

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment can occur in any place at any time and can occur to both men and women. Laws in Massachusetts have been created to protect employees from sexual discrimination in the workplace. Sexual harassment is prohibited by law and forces Massachusetts employers to be responsible in awareness about inappropriate sexual conduct in the workplace, and taking steps in it's prevention. [Learn more...]



Unemployment Compensation

Unemployment Compensation provides employees with pay when they are terminated from their jobs through no fault of their own. The payment of Unemployment Compensation is meant to give the unemployed worker time to find a new job comparable to the one lost without financial distress. [Learn more...]

Workplace Safety Issues

Workplace Safety and health laws are geared to eliminate personal injuries and illnesses from occurring in the workplace. The laws consist primarily of federal and state statutes, but the main statute protecting the health and safety of workers in the workplace is the Occupational and Safety Health Act. [Learn more...]

Wrongful Termination

Although Masschusetts is an "employment at will" state, an employer may not terminate an employee if they have violated certain rights of that employee as defined by both State and Federal laws. For example an employer may not terminate an employee in retaliation for refusing to aid the employer in illegal activity or for filing a claim under the Workers' Compensation Act. Federal law provides broader protection to employees, making it unlawful to terminate based on discriminatory reasons or in retaliation for exercising a protected "right" under the law. [Learn more...]

Employment Law

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Employment Discrimination
Civil Rights Law
Sexual Harassment
Race Discrimination
Color Discrimination
Age Discrimination
Sex Discrimination
Sexual Orientation Discrimination
Pregnancy Discrimination
Handicap Discrimination
Disability Discrimination
Retaliation In The Workplace
Education Discrimination
National Origin Discrimination
Severance Agreements
Non-Compete Agreements
Employment Contracts
Unemployment Claims
Wage Disputes
Wrongful Termination

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