• Post-COVID-19 Employment Litigation Is Coming. How Can Employers Prepare?

    November 18, 2020

    Murphy & King Shareholder Steve Veenema participated in a Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly sponsored web cast where he and fellow attorneys discussed how employers can prepare for and avoid COVID-19-related litigation. You can view this free on-demand webcast by registering here:...

  • Murphy & King Receives Pro Bono Detention Award from PAIR Project

    June 13, 2019

    Murphy & King, P.C. was honored by the Political Asylum/Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project with the 2019 PAIR Project Pro Bono Detention Award at the 2019 PAIR Gala Celebration. The 2019 PAIR Gala celebrated 30 years of the PAIR Project, which provides free immigration services to indigent asylum-seekers and detained...

  • New Massachusetts Non-Competition Agreement Law

    September 18, 2018

    Effective October 1, 2018, Massachusetts will have a new statute regulating employers' enforcement of non-competition agreements. This article briefly summarizes key provisions of this new law, which applies to agreements entered into on or after its effective date. Summary of Statute Most notably, the statute requires that employee...

  • Corporate counsel’s duties after ‘Baker v. WilmerHale’

    October 5, 2017

    Most attorneys representing closely held companies in Massachusetts likely took note of the recent decision in Baker, et al. v. Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, et al., in which the Appeals Court allowed the non-client minority members of an LLC to pursue breach-of-fiduciary-duty claims against the company’s counsel. The...

  • Murphy & King Announces New Shareholder, Attorney Steven M. Veenema

    January 18, 2017

    Murphy & King, Professional Corporation announced today that Attorney Steven M. Veenema has been elected a Shareholder of the firm. After beginning his career at a large Boston firm, Veenema has been practicing at Murphy & King since 2012. He represents clients in complex business disputes, focusing on shareholder, intellectual property...

  • For disabled Vietnam War vet, VA heartache

    November 10, 2014

    Attorney Steve Veenema’s legal work for Vietnam War Veteran Doug Lietzau was highlighted in Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen’s article “

  • Meet the Associates at Murphy & King – Steve Veenema

    June 25, 2014

    Steve Veenema is a commercial litigator at Murphy & King with a focus on intellectual property law.  A man of hidden talents, his interests range from the independence of the media to the changing legal landscape for data privacy and commerce. 1.  What brought you to Murphy & King? Murphy & King offered me the opportunity to...

  • “Note: Willful Ignorance: Contextualizing U.S. Policy Toward the International Criminal Court,” Suffolk Transnational Law Review

    January 1, 2006