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Kelly M. Pesce is a litigation attorney who represents employers in virtually all areas of labor and employment law before state and federal agencies and in courts throughout the country – including litigation of discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims, and numerous other personnel and workplace issues. She is experienced with wage and hour class actions brought under state law and nationwide collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Kelly also has deep experience with complex eDiscovery matters, and has been responsible for preservation, collection, review and production of ESI in numerous state and federal lawsuits as well as government investigations. As part of her eDiscovery practice, Kelly regularly provides clients counseling on a variety of information governance matters, including record retention, data privacy, and cyber security.

Before joining the firm, Kelly served as a law clerk to two federal judges, giving her an inside understanding of the court system and the litigation process. She also worked as an associate with a large firm in New Jersey where she represented a variety of clients on both state and federal matters.

The Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Act (PFMLA) has been amended, effective Nov. 1, 2023, to permit employees to supplement PFMLA benefits with accrued paid leave. In addition, contribution

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Beginning July 6, Massachusetts will enter Phase 3 of the Four-Phase Reopening Plan. However, businesses located within Boston will have a delayed Phase 3 start date until July 13.
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