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Gregory A. Manousos
Greg Manousos is a partner with the firm. His practice is focused on the litigation of a broad variety of employment disputes, including claims of discrimination and sexual harassment, Family and Medical Leave Act claims, wage and hour disputes and litigation involving non-competition agreements. He routinely handles cases in Federal and State courts, as well as before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, United States Department of Labor, the Office of the Attorney General and numerous State enforcement agencies across the country. A significant part of Greg's practice also involves providing day-to-day employment law counseling and advice to human resources professionals and in-house counsel. He also regularly conducts sexual harassment and discrimination prevention training for managers and non-supervisory employees of the firm's clients, and he is an MCAD/MCLE certified trainer in these areas.
Greg's clients operate nationally and regionally in numerous industries, including retail, high technology, higher education, health care, human services and traditional manufacturing settings. Greg's representative clients include: Walgreens, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, iBasis, Inc., Omnicom Group, Decision Resources, Inc., Eastern Security, Boston Retail Products, Boston Latin School Association and Hearth, Inc.
Prior to joining Morgan, Brown & Joy in 2000, Greg served as Counsel to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. As MCAD counsel, he prosecuted numerous discrimination and sexual harassment cases, represented the Commission in Massachusetts' trial and appellate courts, and counseled the MCAD Commissioners and staff on legal and policy matters. In addition, Greg played a key role in the drafting of the MCAD Guidelines on the Massachusetts Maternity Leave Act (2000) and the MCAD Guidelines on Disability Discrimination (1998). He continues to work closely with State and Federal antidiscrimination enforcement agencies, and he has served as a faculty member at an annual EEOC-sponsored litigation training seminar for agency lawyers and investigators throughout New England.
Greg has been named a Massachusetts and New England "Super Lawyer" in the field of employment litigation for the past three years, a recognition for which he has been featured numerous times in Boston Magazine. A 1992 graduate of Boston University, Greg earned his law degree from Suffolk University Law School, cum laude, in 1995. He is a member of the Massachusetts bar, and is also admitted before the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and the Federal District Court for the District of Massachusetts. He is a member of the Boston Inn of Court, as well as the Massachusetts and American Bar Associations.
Greg serves on the Board of Directors of Hearth, Inc., a Boston-based non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of homelessness among the elderly through a variety of prevention, placement, and housing programs. In addition, Greg serves as the Sexual Harassment Officer for the Town of Southborough, Massachusetts, charged with investigating all complaints of sexual harassment within the Town and making recommendations to the Board of Selectmen regarding appropriate remedial action.