Marcie Vaughan, Employment Law Attorney
Marcie E. Vaughan is a graduate of Bates College (BA, 1996), Suffolk University Sawyer School of Management (MS, 2002), and Suffolk University Law School (JD, 2006). She is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She is a member of the Association of Workplace Investigators, a member and former board member of the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association and a member of the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Bar Associations.
Highlights of her investigative experience include:
- A graduate of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI) five-day certification program.
- Conducts corporate and municipal workplace investigations involving sexual harassment, discrimination, bullying, retaliation and other misconduct.
Conducts Title XI investigations.
- Frequent contributor to publications and continuing legal education materials addressing retaliation and other issues related to workplace investigations including, most recently, “EEOC Publishes ‘Best Practices’ for Avoiding Retaliation Claims;” “Strategies for the In-House Investigator or Advisor;” and the First Circuit update for the 2016 report of the ABA’s Workplace Investigations Subcommittee of the Employment Rights & Responsibilities Committee Section of Labor and Employment Law.
- Speaker and presenter at trade organizations and CLE’s, including, recently, “Workplace Investigations: 10 Common Mistakes,” at the Greater Merrimack Valley Human Resources Association, and “EEO and Handbook Policies” for the National Business Institute. ”
Marcie also advises corporations, municipalities, and individuals on a broad spectrum of issues including employee discipline, leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, policy development, and handbook implementation.
Marcie Vaughan, Esquire, joined EPG over five years ago and advises corporations, municipalities, and individuals on a broad spectrum of issues including employee discipline, leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, policy development, and handbook implementation. As a seasoned appellate advocate and former judicial law clerk, Marcie understands how to persuasively articulate her client’s positions before administrative tribunals as well as in state and federal courts.