- National Food Wholesaler v. Local Food Wholesaler and Former Employees of National Wholesaler: Successfully opposed a motion for preliminary injunction filed by a national food wholesaler against former employees and client/new employer.
- Former Employee v. Regional Dental Corporation: Successfully moved to dismiss statutory wage/hour claims and common law employment claims against defendant employer and individual owner, based on arbitration provision in employment agreement.
- Employees v. City Utilities Agency: Represented city utilities agency in defending a complaint by current employees alleging harassment, discrimination and retaliation in violation of applicable state law.
- Former Employee v. International Travel Company: Represented international travel company in defending complaint filed by former employee alleging sexual harassment, discrimination and harassment in violation of state and federal law.
- Former Executives v. International Security Company: Represented international security company in defending complaint filed by executives alleging sexual harassment and retaliation in violation of state and federal law.
- Former Employees v. International Security Company: Represented international security company in defending wage/hour class action based on alleged failure to pay Sunday Premium Pay under applicable state law.
- Current Employees v. International Translation Company: Represented international translation services company in defending wage/hour class action based on alleged failure to properly classify employees as exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act and applicable state law.
- Former Employee v. International Life Sciences Company: Represented international life sciences company in defending claims by former employee of unlawful termination under federal Family and Medical Leave Act and California state analog.
- National Staffing Company v. Former Executive: Represented national staffing company in breach of contract action against former executive, successfully moving for preliminary injunction to prohibit executive from working at competitor and soliciting client accounts, ultimately leading to favorable case settlement.
- Former Employees v. National Department Store Retailer: Successfully moved to dismiss nationwide FLSA collective action against nationwide department store retailer based on arbitration agreement signed by employees as condition of employment, pursuant to the U.S. Supreme Court “Epic Systems” decision.
- Successfully obtained a preliminary injunction against a former employee of a mortgage loan company who resigned from client employer while in possession of confidential information and trade secrets.
- Former Executive v. Wholly Owned Subsidiary of National Bank: Represented a bank in a jury trial involving a former executive’s claim for “phantom stock” in the bank's subsidiary.
- National Restaurant Chain v. Massachusetts Division of Unemployment Assistance: Following a full evidentiary appeal hearing and oral argument, court granted extraordinary relief of overturning agency determination of liability against employer, and remanding matter to agency for further review pursuant to court order).
- Former Employer v. National Technology Management Company: Following a full evidentiary hearing, successfully opposed and dismissed case against former employee and new employer for breach of noncompetition covenant, based on emerging “material change” doctrine under Massachusetts law.
- Regional Staffing Company v. Massachusetts Division of Unemployment Assistance: Following a full evidentiary appeal hearing, overturned the Division determination of over $200,000 liability for employer contribution under the Massachusetts Fair Share Contribution Law.
- National Transportation Company v. Employee: Following hearing, successfully obtained court order ruling that claims under the Massachusetts Wiretap Act are not preempted by the National Labor Relations Act, and prohibiting employee from using or disseminating recording of supervisor comments in violation of the Massachusetts Wiretap Act.
- Former Employee v. National Trucking Company: Successfully moved to dismiss a former employee’s claim for race and sex harassment and discrimination against an interstate trucking company.
- Former Executive v. Nationwide Travel Company: Successfully moved to dismiss a former executive’s claim for violation of M.G.L. c. 93A against a national travel company, ultimately resulting in a favorable case settlement.
- Former Employee v. International Mobile Network Software Provider: Following a full evidentiary hearing, successfully moved to dismiss a former employee’s claim of national origin harassment and discrimination against a corporate defendant and two individual officers.
- National Office Services Company v. Massachusetts Division of Unemployment Assistance: Following a full evidentiary appeal hearing, overturned the Division determination of over $800,000 liability for employer contribution under Massachusetts Fair Share Contribution Law
- Former Employee v. Local Food Company: Represented a local food company in a jury trial involving allegations of harassment and discrimination; successfully dismissed 5 of 6 original counts against the company.
- Former Employee v. International Inbound Marketing and Sales Company: Represented international inbound marketing and sales company in defending complaint filed by former employee alleging retaliation and discrimination based on disability in violation of state and federal law.
Mintz represents Urgent Care Centers of New England, Inc. and CareWell Urgent Care Centers of MA. Mintz helped CareWell set up its first licensed urgent care center in Massachusetts and helped CareWell, UCCONE, and a third party establish a joint venture to own several CareWell urgent care centers.
Mintz provided pro bono legal counsel to global health nonprofit Partners In Health on its work to help create the Massachusetts COVID-19 Community Tracing Collaborative, an initiative by Governor Charlie Baker that focuses on containing the disease and tracing the contacts of COVID-19 patients.