Duddy, Christina C.

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Address: 25 Burlington Mall Road Suite 411, Burlington, MA 01803
Lawyer Firm: Dwyer and Duddy Attorneys at Law, P.C.
Phone: 781-328-4906
Fax: 781-272-8692
Website: http://www.dwyerduddyesposito.com

Areas of Practice Representation of public and private sector Unions, Representation of dismissed or disciplined public and private sector employees, Public sector retirement and disability, Representation of public employees accused of abuse or neglect, Employee benefit fund representation

Christina Duddy has been a practicing attorney since 1987 when she was first hired as an associate at the law firm Grady, Dumont and Dwyer in downtown Boston. Christina regularly represents public and private sector clients (both Unions and individuals) in the areas of labor and employment law. Union clients include teacher and other school employee Unions and private sector Unions in the soft drink and snack industry. Specifically, she represents public and private sector Unions in contract negotiations, the contractual grievance and arbitration process, and before state and federal administrative agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board and Massachusetts Department of Labor Relations. Other institutional clients she has represented include public and private sector employee benefit funds.

Christina also represents employees in both the public and private sector who are going through internal employer disciplinary proceedings or who have been dismissed for alleged misconduct, rules infractions, or CORI issues and she represents school employees who are facing charges of abuse or neglect before the State Department of Children and Families. In addition, since the Education Reform Act went into effect in 1993 providing for a statutory teacher dismissal process, Christina has substantial experience representing public school teachers dismissed pursuant to that statute.

Christina also assists public sector employees seeking retirement-worthy service credit, have other retirement issues or who are applying for disability retirement. She represents such employees before various public employee retirement boards, the Division of Administrative Law Appeals, and the Contributory Retirement Appeal Board.

Christina graduated from the University of Maine in 1977 with a B.S. in Food and Nutrition. Prior to becoming an attorney, she travelled abroad, worked briefly as a substitute teacher in Northern Maine, worked in hospital dietary departments in two Boston area hospitals and became a member of Local 26 of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees Union when employed in a private restaurant for bank executives. While in law school, Christina completed an internship at the Massachusetts Labor Relations Commission and was a writer for and editor of the New England Law Review (Publication: Wrongful Life: Exploring the Development of a New Tort, 21 New England Law Review 635 (1986)). For her scholarship and New England Law School, she was awarded the New England Trustee Scholarship two years in a row, Jurisprudence awards in Contracts and Commercial Paper, the Amos L. Taylor Award for Scholastic Excellence, the Minna Connors Reeves Award and was named a New England Scholar each year of law school. Christina graduated magna cum laude from the New England School of Law in 1987. She was admitted to the Massachusetts State bar in 1987 and to the Maine State bar in 1988. Christina is now admitted to practice in all the courts of Massachusetts and Maine, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.

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