The Law Offices of Wyatt & Associates

The Law Offices of Wyatt & Associates

The Law Offices of Wyatt & Associates is an employment law firm that represents employees who seek to assert their rights. We offer free initial consultations and believe in a client-centered practice. Serving NH, MA, VT and CT.

Firm Overview

Our attorneys offer a free initial consultation for prospective clients during which we evaluate client needs and ensure a full understanding of the services and potential solutions that the Firm can provide. Feel free to contact us to learn more about how we can help you.

Benjamin Wyatt has extensive experience assisting employees who believe their rights have been violated through wrongful termination or other hostile workplace actions including harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Ben also assists employees in evaluating legal wage & hour obligations and addressing potential violations of applicable pay requirements. Ben earned his Juris Doctor from Yale Law School and is President of the Cheshire County Bar Association. He is admitted to the bars of NH, VT, MA and CT.

Michael Varraso provides advice and litigation services to businesses and employees related to numerous employment law matters. Michael works directly with clients at all stages of the litigation process. His previous experience includes work at the U.S. Department of Labor's Office Administrative Law Judges, a state district attorney's office, and a leading Boston employment law firm. Michael graduated from Northeastern University School of Law. He is admitted to the bars of NH and MA.

Types of services for employees include:
Wrongful Termination
Discrimination
Harassment
Retaliation
Failure to Pay Overtime & Minimum Wage
Payroll Problems
Noncompetition, Severance, and Other Employment Contracts
Disability Accommodations
Leaves of Absence
Main Office
Main Office
17 Elm St., Suite C211
Keene  NH  03431
Phone
  • (603) 357-1112
Fax
  • (603) 685-2868
Websites

Ben Wyatt

Founder and managing partner Ben Wyatt assists employers and employees by ensuring compliance with relevant employment-related legal obligations through both wise advice and representation during the litigation process.

Ben assists large and small employers with developing practical solutions to the challenges of the modern workplace. He also provides dedicated trial representation to employees who believe their rights have been violated through wrongful termination or other hostile workplace actions, including harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Additionally, Ben assists both employers and employees in evaluating legal wage & hour obligations and addressing potential violations of applicable pay requirements. Based on his broad experience representing both employers and employees, Ben is able to provide his clients with unique perspectives and insights concerning the strategies of opposing counsel during the litigation process.

Ben is a zealous advocate for his clients when litigation is necessary, but also takes time to provide clear solutions-based advice concerning all phases of the employment process. Ben has represented his clients in court and before government administrative agencies concerning numerous employment law subjects, including employment discrimination, disability accommodation, FMLA leave administration, Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) compliance, and violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and equivalent state laws. Ben also utilizes his experience litigating class action lawsuits for the benefit of his clients.

Ben assists non-union employers with a variety of employment-focused services, including employment handbook drafting, wage & hour auditing and solutions, development of employment agreements and consulting contracts. Ben also provides employers with real-time human resources advice by answering time sensitive legal questions, running investigations, and providing counsel concerning employee questions and concerns. Ben leads numerous trainings to assist employers in minimizing risks and expanding the skill-sets of their management and HR teams.

Prior to founding Wyatt & Associates, Ben served as Senior Labor & Employment Legal Counsel at C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc., the tenth largest privately owned company in the United States. Earlier in his career, Ben served as a member of the labor & employment group at one of Boston's largest law firms, where he advised and represented multiple Fortune 500 companies concerning a variety of employment law matters.

Ben earned his Juris Doctor from Yale Law School, where he founded and helped to lead the Law School's Small Business Clinical Initiative, which provided a variety of legal services to small start-up businesses in economically depressed communities. Ben earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Wesleyan University, where he graduated with High Honors from the College of Social Studies.
License
  • Bar Number: 664182
    Massachusetts , 2005
  • Bar Number: 20530
    New Hampshire , 2011
  • Bar Number: 437487
    Connecticut , 2015
  • Bar Number: 5466
    Vermont , 2016
Education
  • Yale Law School
    JD , 2005

Michael Varraso

Michael Varraso provides advice and litigation services to businesses and employees related to numerous employment law matters. Michael works directly with clients at all stages of the litigation process. His previous experience includes work at the U.S. Department of Labor's Office Administrative Law Judges, a state district attorney's office, and a leading Boston employment law firm.

Michael graduated from Northeastern University School of Law. He is admitted to the bars of New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
Education
  • Northeastern University
    JD

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