Boutique Litigation Law Firm in Massachusetts
Law Firm OverviewKatz Law Group, P.C. is a boutique litigation law firm located in Marlborough, Massachusetts and represents both plaintiffs and defendants throughout the state in a variety of legal matters. Practice areas consist of litigation involving insurance defense, business and contracts, creditors’ rights and commercial collections, construction, franchise law, employee relations and employment defense, and real estate disputes. In addition to litigation, the firm offers arbitration and mediation.
Attorney David S. Katz has 35 years of professional legal experience. He has argued cases in both state and federal courts and his practice now is limited to Massachusetts state courts. He offers preventative counseling, objective advice and guiding clients toward strategies for mitigating risk.
The Katz Law Group is committed to pursuing the right outcome for clients’ legal matters while providing versatility, focused representation, and exceptional value.
David S. Katz has received a 10.0 "Top Attorney" rating, an Avvo "Client's Choice Award 2018", and is listed as "Client Recommended" by Best's Insurance Attorneys' Directory. The Katz Law Group is also rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Business Creditors' Rights; Commercial Collections; Lease Disputes; Franchise Litigation; Drafting Agreements and Contracts; Equipment Finance.
David S. Katz
Arbitration, Business Law, Business Litigation, Civil Litigation, Commercial Law
- Corridor Nine Chamber of Commerce, Member, Board of Directors, 2007 – Present
- Bay Path Animal Society, 2005 – Present
- MetroWest Animal Society, 2005 – Present
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The American workplace is reaping the fallout from a drug-infested society.Read Article
Mediation is a term that encompasses a variety of situations and is alternatively referred to as alternative dispute resolution where parties voluntarily come together to resolve a dispute.Read Article
We adore our pets. Actually, we adore our pets to the point where many corporations currently allow pets in the workplace on a regular basis as a benefit for their employees. For instance, Petsmart has a "take your pet to work" day. Amazon has installed "doggie drinking fountains" for its employees' pets. Google even offers special dispensation for employees who bring their pets to work.Read Article
Second Circuit Says Sending "Robo" Texts Does Not Violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
Last month, in Latner v.Mount Sinai Health System, Inc, the Second Circuit Federal Court of Appeals in New York City ruled that the Mount Sinai Health System did not violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by sending automated flu text messages to its patients within its own health care network.Read Article
In today's corporate world, employers are dealing with romantic relationships and the fallout from those relationships.Read Article
Sports Illustrated has reported this past week that the Dallas Mavericks face multiple claims of both hostile workplace and sexual harassment.Read Article
The holidays are here and office merriment is beginning as we now enter the holiday season. Your company is now focused on the preparation and details of the upcoming big holiday office party. Yet, quite often, employers forget the most important detail when it comes to planning holiday parties-what to do about excessive or any alcoholic consumption and inappropriate behavior.Read Article
While an employer's potential liability for injuries caused by employees who consume alcohol at company holiday functions varies from state to state, possible theories of liability include negligence, respondeat superior( where an employer becomes liable for the actions of his employee while that employee is in the course of employment) and social host or dram shop liability.Read Article
Massachusetts has a very powerful and comprehensive consumer protection statute that allows consumers to file a lawsuit against a business for unfair and deceptive trade practices.Read Article
Massachusetts, as well as other jurisdictions, have allowed emails to form the basis of a binding contract.Read Article
In reaction to very recent decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Benjamin v B & H Education, Inc, the United States Department of Labor has discarded its six-part test for determining whether interns and students are employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act as it pertains to for-profit employers.Read Article
In March of 2016, Katrina Arthur and her husband were guests at the Abbey Inn in Nashville, Indiana. In statements made to the press and to the hotel after their stay, the Arthurs said that they experienced problems at the hotel as soon as they arrived, noting that their hotel room was unkempt.Read Article
Litigation involving claims of unfair or deceptive business practices under Chapter 93A is, to say the least, a frequent occurrence in Massachusetts civil cases. Quite often, Chapter 93A claims are a mechanism for a plaintiff to potentially recovery multiple damages against a business including, attorney's fees, costs, and interest.Read Article
On April 2, 2018, "An Act Establishing the Massachusetts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act"( "PWFA") becomes law. With this new law comes new protections for pregnant workers in the Commonwealth by providing additional safeguards for those workers who are seeking workplace accommodations relating to their pregnancy.Read Article