Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP has expanded to the Northeast with the addition of a Boston office that opened on April 16. Ellen C. Kearns and Jeffrey M. Rosin, labor and employment attorneys, will serve as partners of the Boston office, assisted by associates Christopher Pardo and Erin Russ.  

Ellen Kearns is one of the country's foremost experts in wage and hour matters, having served as the editor-in-chief for the BNA Treatise on The Fair Labor Standards Act, the legal community's most comprehensive publication on wage and hour law. Jeff Rosin, who has advised clients on labor and employment matters for nearly 15 years, brings a successful record of employment litigation verdicts, representing clients in public and private sectors in industries ranging from technology to healthcare.

"With this new office in New England, Constangy now has a physical presence in every major region of the country and we expect to continue to grow, adding more lawyers of the same caliber to our offices across the country," Neil Wasser, Chairman of the Firm, states.  

Constangy also has offices in Atlanta, GA; Asheville, NC; Austin, TX; Birmingham, AL; Chicago, IL; Columbia, SC; Fairfax, VA; Greenville, SC; Jacksonville, FL; Kansas City, MO; Lakeland, FL; Los Angeles County, CA; Macon, GA; Milwaukee, WI; Nashville, TN; Tampa, FL; Ventura County, CA; and Winston-Salem, NC.

For more information on how our firm can help your company's Northeast facilities, contact any Constangy attorney, Ellen Kearns at (617) 849-7881 or visit our website at www.constangy.com.

New office location:

75 Arlington Street

Suite 500

Boston, MA  02116

Phone: 617.849.7880

Fax: 617.849.7870

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