Attorneys & Professionals

Clifford R. Rhodes

Mr. Rhodes received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa where he was a University Honors Scholar. In 1992, Mr. Rhodes received his. J.D. from the University of Iowa, College of Law graduating with distinction, and serving as a member of the Iowa Law Review. Mr. Rhodes served as an Assistant Utah Attorney General, where he received the State of Utah Award for outstanding service. He has also served as a prosecutor and most recently served as counsel for the Cambridge Health Alliance and has appeared extensively before the EEOC, the MCAD, and the UADD (Utah’s equivalent to MCAD), as well as before state and federal courts in Utah and Massachusetts. In addition, Mr. Rhodes has testified and argued before legislative subcommittees on labor and employment issues. Mr. Rhodes concentrates in litigationlabor and employment benefits law with both private and public sector clients.

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Katherine Hesse Inducted into Inaugural ISCEBS Hall of Fame

MHTL Partner, Katherine Hesse, has been inducted into the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS) Hall of Fame.  ISCEBS recognizes Katherine for her significant and consistent contributions to the Society and individual CEBS graduates alike.  Katherine has attended the ISCEBS Symposium since its inception, and gives regular presentations and workshops on the dynamic landscape of federal and state legal decisions within the sphere of employee benefits. 

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Legislature Passes Sweeping Non-Compete Reform; Bill Awaits Governor's Signature

On July 31, 2018, the Massachusetts Legislature passed long-debated legislation aimed at reforming the law surrounding non-competition agreements.  Non-competition agreements are commonly used to restrict competition following the ending of the employment relationship.  If signed by the Governor in its present form, the law would go into effect October 1, 2018 and significantly alter the landscape related to non-compete agreements for employers and employees in Massachusetts.

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