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No Specialist Designation
While Conforto Law Group welcomes and handles employment law cases, Massachusetts does not certify lawyers in a particular field of law or practice area. As such, consistent with the Rules of Professional Conduct, the lawyers associated with Conforto Law Group are not experts or specialists in a particular field of law or practice area.
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No Tax Advice
Any information related to tax law is not intended to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of: (i) avoiding tax penalties, or (ii) recommending a particular transaction or course of action. Tax law is a highly specialized practice area. Consult with a tax attorney, accountant, or other tax professional for advice in this area.
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