Panos Named A ‘Super Lawyer’ by Boston Magazine

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The Law Office of Laura A. Panos is proud to announce that its founder, Laura Panos, has been named one of Boston Magazines “Super Lawyers,” a designation given to outstanding attorneys.

“I am honored this year to be selected to join such a distinguished circle of peers,” said Panos who has been practicing law for more than 25 years and serving the Belmont community for more than a decade. 

Her office is located at 50 Leonard St. in Belmont Center.

Panos was also named one of 50 Top Women of Law in Massachusetts for 2014 by Massachusetts Lawyers’ Weekly.

Panos provides employment counseling to businesses and individuals at every level, including representation of a large number of locally owned businesses. The spectrum of services includes terminations, severance, leaves of absence, policy drafting and presentations and trainings on a wide range of employment topics. Individualized counseling specific to industry and position are a unique strength.

“We strive to provide practical, creative, employment solutions specific to our client’s needs. We make it a priority to serve as both client advisor and strategic counselor to optimize opportunities and mitigate risk,” she said.

Belmont’s Panos Named to Yearly Top 50 Women in Law in Mass

Belmont’s own Laura Panos has been named one of 50 Top Women of Law in Massachusetts for 2014 by Massachusetts Lawyers’ Weekly.

This annual award is given to “exceptional women who have made outstanding achievements in the field of law, and highlights women who are pioneers, educators, trailblazers, and role models.”

“I am honored to join the list of extraordinary honorees for 2014,” said Panos.

This year has been a strong year of growth and progress for the Law Office of Laura Panos, located in Belmont Center at 50 Leonard St., which provides employment and labor law counsel to companies and individuals, including a large number of locally-owned businesses.

Panos represents clients in all aspects of employment law, and is frequently before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. The practice uses a small-firm, relatable approach to provide prompt, cost-effective and practical representation for a range of workplace issues with a high level of client satisfaction.

“Our familiarity with both sides of the employment relationship makes us strategic advocates for all of our clients,” said Panos. She and her team are committed to giving back to the community, and have dedicated over 50 hours of pro bono legal services this year.

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