Philip's employment practice focuses on the employee, representing employees in every aspect of the employment relationship, with a particular concentration on class and collective action litigation for overtime pay, minimum wages, regular wages and commissions. Philip also has expertise with respect to negotiation of executive employment contracts and equity packages, including matters related to stock options and other forms of equity, as well as severance payments, acceleration clauses, vacation benefits and bonuses. Philip also has expertise with respect to misclassification of employees as independent contractors, treatment of non-exempt employees as exempt, and enforcement of executive liability. Philip has acted as lead counsel in federal and state court; acted as lead negotiator in direct and facilitated dispute resolution sessions; and negotiated employment contracts, option contracts, noncompetition agreements and severance agreements.
• Super Lawyers: 2004 - 2012
Admitted: 1995, Massachusetts
Professional Webpage: gordonllp.com/about/pgordon.aspx
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