Amy Serino
Amy SerinoOf Counsel

Practice Areas

  • Employment Law

  • Employment Litigation

  • Business Litigation

Admissions

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Education

  • George Washington University Law School, J. D., with High Honors

  • Northwestern University, Medill School of Journalism, B.S.

Amy Serino

Of Counsel

For nearly 20 years, Amy has been advising and litigating on behalf of businesses in a wide range of industries, including health care, technology, finance, and media. Amy litigates matters before administrative agencies and state and federal courts at all levels in Massachusetts.  She also provides employment advice and training on a variety of topics, such as employee discipline, internal policies, hiring and firing decisions, wage and hour issues, contract matters, and compliance with state and local laws and regulations.  Amy has experience investigating allegations of workplace misconduct, including claims of sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination.

Amy’s legal career began at the law firms of Ropes & Gray LLP and Prince Lobel Tye LLP. Amy also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Jeffrey R. Howard of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Since 2011, she has been of counsel at Spruce Teja LLP and Spruce Law LLC, which became Of Counsel to Archstone Law Group in 2015.

Amy graduated from George Washington University Law School with high honors. She earned her undergraduate degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. In her free time, Amy’s interests include cooking, gardening, and beach combing with her two children.

Representative Experience

  • Conduct investigations into claims of workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation.

  • Advise employers regarding federal, state and local authority impacting workplace policies, including employee leaves of absence under the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and Massachusetts laws on sick leave, parental leave, and domestic violence leave.

  • Defend employers against charges of discrimination filed with administrative agencies such as the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

  • Defend employers against civil actions brought by employees and former employees, including allegations of discrimination, retaliation, and defamation.

Awards & Recognition

  • Massachusetts Rising Star, Super Lawyers Magazine