Greg Keating litigates a wide range of employment disputes but has particular expertise handling retaliation and whistle-blowing claims wage and hour class or collective actions, and trade secret or non-competition disputes. He also represents management in labor issues, including advising clients during union elections, representing clients during unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and negotiating collective bargaining agreements.
Greg has spent considerable time representing clients in the retail industry. He also is a national expert on wellness programs and has written and spoken extensively on this topic. Finally, prior to practicing law, Greg worked as a sixth grade teacher. He has for over twenty years counseled and advised schools and currently represents a number of prominent private independent schools in New England.
Practice Areas: Whistleblowing and Retaliation, Healthcare, Class Actions, Discrimination and Harassment, Competition and Trade Secret Law.
J.D., Boston College Law School, 1993, cum laude
B.A., Trinity College, 1987