Tamsin Kaplan is an employment lawyer and business litigator. She has extensive experience representing businesses, executives and other high-level professionals on a full range of employment-related issues, including recruitment, hiring, discrimination, negotiation of employment agreements, breach of contract, non-competes, discipline, termination, and reductions in force. Tamsin regularly litigates business and employment cases in federal and state courts and agencies. She advises employers regarding employee handbooks, employment audits, and workplace policies and practices. Tamsin frequently conducts workplace investigations and trainings on diversity, harassment, and other topics. She also provides alternative dispute resolution services to parties involved in business and employment disputes and other civil litigation matters. Tamsin works with clients in a wide variety of industries, including education, health care, manufacturing, technology, and service industries.
Recent matters include:
Successfully enforced a non-compete agreement against a former high level
employee in the medical services industry.
Successfully defended a high tech company against allegations of unpaid
wages and employment discrimination.
Won a judgment for a company co-founder in a lawsuit arising from the
breakup of a business, including breach of contract and non-compete claims.
Presented numerous workplace trainings for managers and employees in
manufacturing, service, high tech and sales companies.
Negotiated numerous CEO, CFO and CMO employment, non-compete and severance
Defeated a summary judgment motion in the Superior Court Business Litigation
Session in a lawsuit involving equity distribution in a biotech start-up.
Successfully defended a medical practice in a breach of contract lawsuit by
Won a five figure discovery sanction against the opposing party in a
Superior Court lawsuit.
Conducted an investigation of allegations against a high level town
Served as mediator in dozens of business and employment disputes pending in
various state and federal courts and agencies.