Bobby Rudolph was published in the spring issue of Paradigm magazine, an international legal publication that delivers articles regarding developments and trends in legal issues to corporate clients around the world. His article “U.S. Department of Labor Modifies Stance on Obama Era 80/20 Rule for Tipped Employees” provides an analysis and update on the U.S. […]

The Supreme Judicial Court ruled that employees who brought a successful class action against their employer for violation of the Wage Act are entitled to statutory pre-judgment interest on their lost pay and benefits. This case of first impression, argued by Jon Friedmann and Adam Shafran, answers an unsettled question of law and employers now […]

Jim Rudolph, Managing Partner of the law firm of Rudolph Friedmann LLP, which has offices in Boston and Marblehead, was recently appointed by Governor Charles Baker to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) Advisory Board. MCAD is the state’s chief civil rights agency charged with the authority to investigate, prosecute, adjudicate and resolve cases of […]

by Jocelyn Campbell In Re: Student v. Boston Highlights Importance of Interdepartmental Communication and Immediate Action to Cure Procedural Errors After having an opportunity to review In Re: Student v. Boston, BSEA #1702840, a recent decision by Hearing Officer Rosa I. Figueroa, Massachusetts Bureau of Special Education Appeals, November 3, 2016, it is clearly imperative […]

On October 6 at 7:30 am, Managing Partner Jim Rudolph will present a breakfast program on stockholder rights at the Boston College Club. Among the points Jim will touch upon are:

Pictured from left to right: (back row) Zachary J. Tuck, Anthony L. Leccese, James S. Singer, Robert P. Rudolph, Adam J. Shafran;( front row) Robert H. Shaer, Managing Partner James L. Rudolph and Jonathon D. Friedmann (not pictured: William A. Korman) Six attorneys from Rudolph Friedmann LLP have been named Massachusetts Super Lawyers for 2014 […]

Jon Friedmann, who heads up our Litigation Department, recently concluded an Arbitration involving the building of a camp for construction workers in North Dakota. Jon’s client was sued for refusing to pay part of the acquisition cost of the camp. He raised as a defense the failure of the Seller to properly build the camp. […]


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