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Frederick T. Golder has practiced labor and employment law for 35 years, obtaining substantial verdicts and settlements for workers. He is currently a professor at the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover teaching courses in labor and employment law, and has taught at Suffolk University Law School, and Northeastern University. He has served as a trial advisor to the Harvard Law School Trial Advocacy Program, a visiting faculty member of the Trial Program at Emory University Law School, and a judge in the annual Wendell F. Grimes Moot Court Competition at Boston College Law School.
Attorney Golder served as a member of the Governors Advisory Board for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. He was founder and president of the Massachusetts chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, and served as Co-Chair of the Trial Practice Committee.
Attorney Golder has lectured throughout the country and has appeared as a guest on radio and TV, as an expert on labor and employment issues.
His other legal publications include Labor and Employment Law: Compliance and Litigation, 3rd Ed.; Federal Employment Rights Cases and Materials; Employment Discrimination Cases and Materials; State Employment Rights Cases and Materials.
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