David I. Brody named Go-To Thought Leader by the National Law Review
David I. Brody, partner in the firm’s award-winning Employment Department, was named a 2022 National Law Review (NLR) Go-To Thought Leader for his thought leadership in the state and local law sector. The National Law Review’s “Go-To Thought Leadership Awards” recognizes 75 leading authors from thousands of content pieces published in 2022. This is the fifth year the NLR has formally recognized the unique talents of less than 1% of its 14,000 thought leaders.
The award specifically recognizes David for his excellent coverage of evolving remote work laws in Massachusetts. According to the NLR, “Brody’s article ‘But I Don’t Want to Go to Back to the Office – Your Rights to Work from Home’ serves as a critical guide for employers and employees in the state of Massachusetts.” To view David’s profile and read his latest articles, visit here.
David represents individuals in a wide range of employment law matters, including contract negotiation and enforcement, wage and hour issues, wrongful termination, discrimination, retaliation, and whistleblowing. He is an experienced employment litigator, having represented individuals at trial in state and federal court, and in public hearings before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and the Civil Service Commission. In addition to his litigation practice, David advises executives and professionals regarding employment agreements, non-competition and other restrictive covenants, change of control agreements, equity and deferred compensation vehicles, and transition agreements.
The National Law Review is a daily legal news website with a mission to provide objective, reliable and practical litigation, legislative and administrative news and analysis. The publication launched its “Go-To Thought Leadership Awards” in 2018 to recognize exceptional authors and legal organizations for their reporting of complex legislative and litigation news, as well as their strategic insight and overall industry knowledge.