Michael Marshall

Mike Marshall mtm@tkcklaw.com
(617) 242-9600 x 247
Practice States: Tort Department

Michael Marshall is a litigation partner at TKCK. Mike’s practice centers on employment counseling and litigation including:

  • Wage and Hour, Overtime, Unpaid Wages and Commissions Claims
  • Executive Compensation and Counseling
  • Non-solicitation and Non-Compete
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Discrimination and Harassment in the Workplace on the basis of gender, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, and disability
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Retaliation
  • Class Action Litigation
  • Americans with Disabilities Act & G.L. ch. 151B
  • Paid Family and Medical Leave Act & Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Discrimination in Public Accommodations
  • Workers’ Compensation (G.L. ch. 152)
  • Massachusetts Wage Act
  • North Carolina Wage and Hour Act (“‘NCWHA”)
  • Fair Labor Standards Act
  • National Labor Relations Act

Mike also represents organizations and individuals in:

  • Personal Injury Litigation
  • Subrogation, Indemnification and Lien Recovery
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Business Transactions

He has represented clients in numerous state and federal agencies including:

  • The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination
  • Massachusetts District and Superior Courts
  • U.S. District Court
  • First Circuit Court of Appeals
  • The National Labor Relations Board
  • The Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  • The Department of Industrial Accidents
  • The Department of Unemployment Assistance

Mike’s practice is national in scope. He regularly litigates claims involving persons and entities in multiple jurisdictions. He resides in Chapel Hill, North Carolina where he is the President of the Coker Hills Neighborhood Association. Mike is father to two children, Adelaide (Reads Two Books a Day) and Henry (Cub Scout Rank: Bear), and husband to Colleen Ford, M.D., a physician and professor of medicine at Duke University. His hobbies include music, travel, carpentry, and cycling.

Bar Admissions:

  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire
  • North Carolina
  • United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
  • First Circuit Court of Appeals
  • United States Supreme Court


B.A., Boston College, Philosophy, 2003

M.A., Boston College, Philosophy, Recipient of the Bernard J. Lonergan Fellowship, 2004

J.D., University of Miami School of Law, Vice President, Charles A. Papy Moot Court Board, 2009