The founder of and managing partner at Mann Law Firm P.C., Simon B. Mann has developed an excellent reputation as a civil rights and injury lawyer. Located in Framingham, Massachusetts, a large portion of his practice is devoted to personal injury and wrongful death litigation, in which he provides assistance to clients throughout the Greater Boston metropolitan area who have suffered economic and noneconomic losses due to the negligence or recklessness of other persons or entities. Mr. Mann also has experience in labor and employment law, representing both employers and employees in matters involving workplace discrimination, noncompete agreements, severance packages, and management counseling.In his business law practice, Mr. Mann provides advice and counsel to company owners and management on matters such as intellectual property, joint ventures, franchising, regulatory compliance, stock options, and federal tax issues. He also assists clients with regard to mergers and acquisitions, contract negotiations, reorganizations and corporate governance, and he handles breach of contract actions and other civil lawsuits. Mann Law Firm, P.C. has a family law practice as well, assisting clients who are going through a divorce and facing issues involving child custody and visitation, alimony and child support, and property division. He often helps them to reach an accord on these matters through mediation. Mr. Mann has extensive criminal defense experience, and he also helps people who are seeking debt relief under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. The firm's estate planning background includes the preparation and review of wills, trusts, and financial and health care powers of attorney. Majoring in English, Mr. Mann attended Skidmore College and received a Bachelor of Arts in 2000. He was awarded his Juris Doctor by Suffolk University Law School in 2005. Mr. Mann is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and before the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and the Local Trial Courts, and Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.