Marylou V. Fabbo
- Wage/Hour Class Actions
- Non-competition Agreements
- Employment counseling, policies, and practices
- Employment litigation before administrative agencies and in state and federal court
About Marylou's Practice
Marylou V. Fabbo, a partner with Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C., joined the firm in 1995 and became a member in 2001. Her practice is concentrated in employment law with an emphasis on employment litigation. She has successfully defended employers in civil actions involving every area of employment law including sexual harassment, discrimination, wage and hour, FMLA, breach of contract, and wrongful discharge. For several years, she was an adjunct faculty member at Western New England College School of Law she is a frequent speaker on employment-related legal topics for a wide variety of associations and organizations. She is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Marylou was named a "Super Lawyer" in Employment Law by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly which recognizes the top 5% of the lawyers in specific practice areas. Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business has included Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C. in its annual list of the best Labor and Employment firms in Massachusetts.
- Western New England College School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 1993
- Bryant College, B.S. (Business Administration), magna cum laude, 1988
Major Publications & Speaking Engagements
- Associate Editor, Massachusetts Employment Law Letter (since April 2007)
- Author, "Are you responsible when employees don't report all hours worked?" Massachusetts Employment Law Letter, November 2017, and HR Daily Advisor, December 19, 2017
- Author, "When is a transfer a reasonable accommodation?" Massachusetts Employment Law Letter, September 2017, and HR Daily Advisor, October 11, 2017
- Author, "Wage violations: Massachusetts lawyer facing lawsuit can't hide under the table," Massachusetts Employment Law Letter, August 2016, and HR.BLR.com, September 8, 2016
- Author, "Overtime: GNC manager gets health dose of reality when court hears FLSA claims," Massachusetts Employment Law Letter, April 2016, and HR.BLR.com, May 4, 2016
- Co-author, "Coverage for Employment Claims in Massachusetts," 18 WNEC L. Rev. 255 (1996)
- Frequent speaker on employment-related legal topics for a wide variety of associations and organizations
- Presenter at BLR's annual Advanced Employment Issues Symposium and various seminars
- Recognized in Boston magazine as an "Up and Coming Rising Star"
- Named a "Super Lawyer" in Employment Law by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly which recognizes the top 5% of the lawyers in specific practice areas
Admitted to Practice
Connecticut (1993); Massachusetts (1994); U.S. District Courts, District of Connecticut (1994), District of Massachusetts (1995); U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit (2003)