Jon Halaby’s practice focuses on insurance law, tort and construction litigation. Jon’s specialty as an insurance attorney involves the analysis and litigation of personal injury, insurance bad faith claims, and the preparation of insurance coverage opinions. Jon’s general litigation practice specializes in bodily injury, property loss, and business tort claims. He is also an experienced construction law attorney and frequently represents contractors and project owners in a variety of issues involving breach of contract and faulty workmanship. Jon also handles probate disputes such as will contests, and breach of fiduciary duty claims.
Julie Halaby provides strong advocacy and ongoing counsel in the area of employment law. She is passionate about representing individuals facing unlawful treatment in the workplace. This includes wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, harm to professional reputation, and other such damaging conduct. Julie is very successful in negotiating severance agreements and resolving workplace disputes, often without the need for litigation. Through her legal knowledge, exposure to a variety of industries, and solution-oriented approach, Julie is a valuable resource to many individuals, including high level executives and professionals needing to protect their rights and achieve resolution of difficult employment situations.
Jeff Katzenstein has broad experience as a civil litigator, and focuses his practice on insurance and tort law. He started his legal career as the judicial clerk for the New Castle County Court of Common Pleas in Delaware. Since he moved to Massachusetts in 2009, he has devoted his law practice to civil litigation, handling matters in small claims court, state district court, superior court, and federal court.
Nancie L. Edgren has extensive civil litigation experience, primarily concentrating in complex personal injury matters, including medical malpractice, automobile accidents and premises liability involving death and serious injury. She has also handled numerous landlord/tenant summary process eviction matters in the Housing and District Courts. Additionally, Nancie has successfully represented both plaintiffs and defendants in employment and discrimination claims before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD), Superior Court, District Court, Housing Court, City of Cambridge Human Rights Commission, City of Boston Fair Housing Commission, and the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts. Currently, Nancie serves as Of Counsel to the firm, assisting with the representation of individuals and business owners in a variety of civil disputes. Her broad base of knowledge and efficient yet thorough approach is a valuable resource that often aids in the out-of-court resolution of cases.
Jean Zeiler has over 25 years of experience as an attorney, and focuses her practice on employment law, including claims for discrimination and wage violations. She represents individuals in all types of discrimination, including on the basis of sex, age, race, disability, sexual harassment, and illegal retaliation. Her practice also focuses on claims for unpaid wages, overtime, tips, and commissions, and reviewing severance agreements.
Allan N. MacLean concentrates his practice on assisting clients with employment-related legal issues. In this regard, Allan represents both individual professionals and employers. Allan has been practicing employment law since 2006 when he joined a national employment law boutique firm, where he spent twelve years working in the firm's Boston office. Before entering private practice, Allan also clerked for the Justices of the Superior Court in Massachusetts.