Davis & Davis, P.C.

Davis & Davis, P.C.

Davis & Davis, P.C. is a "boutique" law firm with only two practice areas: employment law and family law. That means that our law firm is comprised of attorneys who are 100% dedicated to mastering one area of the law.

Firm Overview

Davis & Davis, P.C. handles all forms of sexual harassment cases in Massachusetts.
We understand the sensitive nature of sexual harassment claims and we strive for rapid, confidential resolution of these cases whenever possible. To that end, Davis & Davis P.C. employs alternative dispute resolution techniques as well as traditional litigation. We are always available for private consultation with employees who have questions about a potential sexual harassment case, or with employers anticipating a sexual harassment lawsuit.
By statute, Massachusetts forbids sexual harassment in the workplace. Massachusetts General Laws chapter 151B makes it unlawful for an employer "personally, or through its agents, to sexually harass any employee." G.L. c. 151B

Main Office

Park Place South
350 Park Street, Suite 105
North Reading MA 01864


(978) 276-0777


(617) 338-5771

Other Offices

Davis & Davis, P.C.

North Reading

Sexual Harassment

Overtime Pay

John Davis

Davis & Davis, P.C.

Attorney Davis is a founding partner of Davis & Davis, P.C., a boutique
law firm that focuses exclusively on employment law and domestic relations.
Previously, Mr. Davis was recruited to spearhead the employment law practice of
another Boston law firm. He also interned as a law clerk for the Honorable John
C. Cratsley of the Massachusetts Superior Court, the Massachusetts Commission
Against Discrimination (MCAD) and the Fair Labor Division of the Attorney
General's Office.
Mr. Davis has been a panelist at the National Employment Lawyers Associations
Regional Conference in 2006 on 'How to Run a Successful Plaintiff's Employment
Law Practice'. He has also presented on employment issues with the Massachusetts
Continuing Legal Education (MCLE). Mr. Davis speaks annually to first year law
students at the New England College of Law and was recently the keynote speaker
on current employment law trends before the North Reading Chamber of Commerce;
Mr. Davis is a member and resident of the town of North Reading, MA.
Mr. Davis is a Trustee of the Dana Martino Trust Fund and volunteers with the
Massachusetts Volunteers Lawyers Project. He is also the co-chair of the
Legislative Committee for the Massachusetts' chapter of the National Employment
Lawyers Association (NELA), which he joined while in law school. He is also a
member of the Employment Section of the Massachusetts Bar Association.


Suffolk University Law School
Law, 2000