Morgan counsels clients on a wide variety of federal and state employment matters. He has assisted with compliance, employment disputes, and wage and hour litigation.
During law school, Morgan worked as an employment law intern for a financial services company based in Boston and as a research assistant for a professor. In that role, he researched and drafted memos on pension reform efforts, state pension investment policies, and ERISA.
In law school, Morgan served on the editorial board of the Review of Banking and Financial Law.
Prior to attending law school, Morgan was a Captain in human resources for the US Army Reserve from 2011 to 2016.
- Boston University (JD)
- University of Tampa (BS, magna cum laude)
June 1, 2020 | Blog | By Morgan G. Tanafon, Andrew Matzkin
Many Massachusetts businesses now have concrete guidance on the measures they are required to complete before reopening their workplaces, and a tentative timeline on when they might be able to reopen. Businesses must meet the required Mandatory Safety Standards for Workplaces (the “Safety Standards”) in order to reopen. Currently, only the Phase 1 standards have been released, with the release of other phase standards to follow as the plan progresses. In addition, as the plan progresses, the requirements for businesses in earlier phases will likely be updated as the public health emergency develops. Businesses should track updates from Massachusetts authorities going forward, including guidance from local jurisdictions.