Experienced attorney Philip J. Gordon is the founder and managing partner of Boston's highly respected Gordon Law Group, LLP. At the law firm, Mr. Gordon focuses his practice entirely on protecting the rights of employees living and working in Boston and surrounding eastern Massachusetts, and he has extensive experience representing groups of employees in class-action lawsuits related to discrimination and the nonpayment of overtime, minimum and regular wages, and commissions.
Mr. Gordon began his legal career in 1995 after earning his law degree from Suffolk University Law School and his approval to practice law in the state of Massachusetts. In 2003, the state of New York also approved him to practice law in its courtrooms, and the U.S. District Courts in the states of New York, Massachusetts and Colorado, along with the U.S. Supreme Court, have also approved him to practice in their courtrooms.
Attorney Gordon's 20-year legal career has seen him represent employees in a number of high-profile cases resulting in multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients. As a result of his legal abilities, extensive knowledge and proven track record, he regularly appears on television and radio to discuss his cases and related legal theories. In addition, he is a regular guest speaker and panelist and a contributor to a number of publications.
Mr. Gordon's stellar career has earned him not only a spot in the public eye but also a number of honors from the legal community and his local community. He served as president of the Massachusetts Employment Lawyers Association and as chair of its Wage and Hour Committee. In addition, he is a member of the boards of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition and the New Center for Arts & Culture.
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Last Updated: 3/29/2016