Bill Hoch has been helping companies manage their workforce and defend against employee law suits for almost 30 years. Having worked in-house advising management and Human Resources, he understands the pressures on businesses and knows the importance of practical solutions to employee problems. By applying his in-house legal experience and sound business judgment, Bill provides timely and creative solutions to thorny employee problems, proactively reduces the burden of employee management, and helps clients succeed. Bill also is a trained and experienced investigator who can help you get to the bottom of employee misconduct allegations. With a quick response, a thorough investigation, and a comprehensive written report, Bill can address employee complaints. Bill also offers employee and manager trainings to help you limit and manage future misconduct complaints.
After graduating from Boston College Law School, Bill started his legal career as a law clerk to the judges of the New Hampshire Superior Court and then went to the firm of Peabody & Arnold where he honed his skills as a defense litigator. From there he went in-house and to advise the Boston Police Department and then the Massachusetts Port Authority on employment law and HR compliance. During this time, Bill successfully defended employment law cases before state and federal agencies, trial courts, and appellate courts. Bill was also trained as an investigator, harassment and discrimination trainer, and workplace mediator. Prior to joining Englander & Chicoine, PC, Bill had his own employment law practice providing practical advice and counsel to businesses.