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Felicia S. Vasudevan

Ms. Vasudevan is an attorney in the firm’s Education Law Group, working in regular and special education issues. Immediately prior to coming to Murphy, Hesse, Toomey & Lehane, she clerked for Justice Bassett of the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

Ms. Vasudevan received her Bachelor’s Degree from Stanford University, with a major in Public Policy.  She received her Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School and a Master of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.  While in law school, Ms. Vasudevan participated in the Tenant Advocacy Project, a negotiation clinic, and interned at Massachusetts Appleseed and at the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights.  Prior to law school, she taught high school mathematics for two years in San Jose, California, as part of Teach for America, and trained the incoming Teach for America Corps Members at Teach for America’s Summer Institute.  

During law school, she was awarded the Education Pioneers Fellowship and the Rappaport Fellowship.

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Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce: Labor & Law Employment Update

MHTL attorneys Katherine Hesse and Kier Wachterhauser will be presenting information regarding important legal issues and developments in the Labor & Employment field at a Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce (NVCC) event on Thursday, November 15th.  These presentations will include a comprehensive overview of major legislative/regulatory/case law developments, as well as best practices in navigating issues such as marijuana in the workplace and sexual harassment.

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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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