Bronwyn L. Roberts

Bronwyn L. Roberts

Special Counsel, Cooley LLP

Bronwyn handles commercial and employment matters for clients ranging from early-stage startups to Fortune 100 companies. She has a broad-based practice in the area of employment, helping clients to minimize risk and resolve disputes through practical employment solutions and, when necessary, litigation. She has conducted numerous high-profile, sensitive investigations of employee misconduct and disloyalty, and she has helped guide employers through difficult resolutions.

Bronwyn represents technology and life sciences businesses in employment litigation matters, including the defense of employment discrimination cases, restrictive covenant litigation, wrongful discharge cases, wage and hour claims, employment contract matters, and trade secret and noncompetition cases. She is a first chair trial lawyer with extensive courtroom experience, and she regularly appears before state and federal courts, as well as the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, for which she is an advisory board member advising the governor and the commission on policy matters.

Bronwyn counsels businesses on employment matters, including the preparation of human resource policies, hiring and recruiting, wage and hour compliance, worker classification, mobility issues, whistleblower allegations, discrimination, harassment, and reductions in force, as well as handling COVID-19 employment and workplace issues. Bronwyn regularly conducts, directs and advises on workplace investigations. She also provides corporate training on various employment issues.


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