Nationally recognized Attorney Marsha Kazarosian is one of the top trial lawyers in Massachusetts. She heads up Kazarosian Law Offices, concentrating in personal injury, divorce and family law and discrimination law, as well as criminal and civil litigation. She has represented clients in high profile in areas such as gender and disability discrimination, and police excessive force/civil rights litigation in the Federal Court. Kazarosian is Vice President of the Massachusetts Bar Association and has been named by Massachusetts Super Lawyers magazine as one of the top lawyers in Massachusetts for the sixth consecutive year. The Kazarosian Law Office is known for making legal history, including a multi-million dollar jury verdict in a gender discrimination suit against Haverhill Golf and Country Club, which became a landmark case across the nation. On a personal note, Kazarosian says, “I wanted to be a lawyer since I was 4 years old.” Hear more about Attorney Marsha Kazarosian in this interview with Legal Talk Network.
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Kazarosian Law Offices
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Haverhill, MA 01830
Phone: (978) 372-7758
Two big cases in the Boston area making national news are up for discussion on this Power of Attorney show. Nationally known Attorney Marsha Kazarosian hosts the show with special guest, Attorney David E. Frank, former prosecutor and now, an editor for Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. One case involves an elderly retired dentist acquitted of involuntary manslaughter after feeding weed killer containing arsenic to an infant, thinking the clear, odorless liquid was spring water. And the other story surrounds the death of college student killed by a pepper pellet fired by Boston police into a crowd of Red Sox fans celebrating near Fenway Park last year. It was recently announced that the police officers will not face charges. Listen in as Marsha and David sort through the many issues such as the criteria for manslaughter charges and jury versus jury-waived trials.
Sexual harassment cases in the workplace can be very tough. On this show, nationally known attorney Marsha Kazarosian and colleague Janet Dutcher explain a case that has many levels of difficult legal strategy and an extraordinary issue of privacy for the plaintiff. Who really has the right to know? Hear attorneys and the press weigh in on the battle in the court and in the press. This is one ‘Power of Attorney’ you can’t afford to miss.