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John Davis has Collected More than $10 Million Dollars for Clients

Recent noteworthy victories achieved by Davis & Davis, P.C. include:

  • $500,000 +settlement of class action based upon Wage Act violations
  • $450,000 settlement on behalf of roofers based upon failure to pay wages and prevailing wages
  • $350,000 settlement on behalf of hourly roof workers for failure to pay wages and failure to pay prevailing wages;
  • $275,000 settlement for employee of car dealership based upon race discrimination
  • $250,000 settlement on behalf of two Plaintiffs who were sexually harassed by a senior level manager;
  • $250,000 settlement for failure to pay wages;
  • $212,000 verdict in favor of Plaintiff on the basis of age discrimination;
  • $180,000 settlement for group of employees of restaurant who were not paid accurately
  • $165,000 settlement for employee of nursing home based upon Wage Act violations
  • $150,000 Summary Judgment in favor of Plaintiff whose former employer failed to pay him $43,000 in commissions earned;
  • $150,000 settlement for breach of contact claim with ex-employer
  • $155,000 jury verdict in favor of Plaintiff on the basis of race discrimination and failure to provide meal breaks, and
  • $140,000 settlement after achieving Summary Judgment in favor of Plaintiff who was misclassified as an independent contractor;
  • $120,000 settlement to construction worker not paid prevailing rate
  • $110,000 settlement for employee of big box store based upon failure to accommodate disability
  • $100,000 settlement of class action for restaurant employees shorted on tips
  • $80,000 settlement for two bartenders subjected to verbal sexual harassment
  • $75,000 settlement to server whose boss made sexual advances
  • $70,000 settlement to mechanic for FMLA violations
  • $60,000 verdict in a precedent-setting associational race discrimination litigation;
  • $60,000 verdict plus attorney’s fees and interest based upon boss’ sexual harassment of administrative assistant
  • $50,000 settlement to server after Head Chef made offensive sexual jokes
  • $50,000 settlement to female employee of car dealership subjected to sexist comments and behavior
  • Verdict in favor of Complainant in Massachusetts’ first “associational discrimination” claim in which a white employee was subjected to unlawful racial discrimination as a result of his engagement to an African American woman, and
  • Declaratory judgment in favor of Plaintiff striking a Company’s non-compete and non-solicitation agreement.

Davis & Davis, P.C. Attorneys Are Well-Recognized in Their Respective Areas of Practice

Attorney John Davis was selected to the Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in 2010 and 2011. Attorney Davis has also received media attention as the result of litigating precedent-setting cases. Most recently Attorney Davis successfully defended a former employee/defendant who was accused of violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. In Pine Environmental Services, LLC v. Carson et al. U.S. District Court Judge Indira Talwani sided with Attorney Davis’ argument that, because the former employee had not used the computer in interstate commerce after her employment with Pine ceased, she could not have violated the Act. Attorney Davis was also recognized for his effort in pioneering the first Complainant verdict alleging associational race discrimination. In Grzych v. American Reclamation Corp. et al. MCAD Docket No.: 08-SEM-0144 after a Public Hearing on the matter, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination agreed that a white man who was subjected to racist and derogatory comments about his black fiancée from his white coworkers was race discrimination in violation of M.G.L. c. 151B. Attorney Davis focuses his practice exclusively in the Employment Law Group.


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