Tamsin Kaplan is an employment lawyer and business litigator. She has extensive experience representing businesses, executives and other high-level professionals on a full range of employment-related issues, including recruitment, hiring, discrimination, negotiation of employment agreements, breach of contract, non-competes, discipline, termination, and reductions in force. Tamsin regularly litigates business and employment cases in federal and state courts and agencies. She advises employers regarding employee handbooks, employment audits, and workplace policies and practices. Tamsin frequently conducts workplace investigations and trainings on diversity, harassment, and other topics. She also provides alternative dispute resolution services to parties involved in business and employment disputes and other civil litigation matters. Tamsin works with clients in a wide variety of industries, including education, health care, manufacturing, technology, and service industries.
Prior to joining Davis Malm as a Shareholder, Tamsin was Of Counsel to the firm of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton.
2017 Employment Law Seminar (1:40:59)
Presented By Lawrence J. Casey, Gary M. Feldman, Tamsin R. Kaplan, Robert M. Kaitz and David M. Rogers
Larry Casey, Gary Feldman, Tamsin Kaplan, Robert Kaitz, and Dave Rogers discuss some of the hot topics surrounding employment laws, including pay equality, workplace investigations and confidentiality, overtime laws, legalization of marijuana, social media and related policies, the new I-9 Form, Trade Secrets Act of 2016, employee access to confidential company documents, EEOC guidance re: national origin discrimination enforcement under Title VII, and insights from the Massachusetts State House.
Workplace Investigations & Confidentiality (5:58)
Presented By Tamsin R. Kaplan
Tamsin Kaplan explains how to properly conduct workplace investigations and describes the case-specific analysis required to determine if non-disclosure is necessary. Although respecting privacy is important, sometimes investigation is necessary.