9/12/2019- Boston, Massachusetts: Shannon Liss-Riordan, Democrat running for the U.S. Senate, announced more labor endorsements of her campaign today. The new endorsements came from members of United Steelworkers Local 12026S, IBEW Local 1228, and the Alliance of MBTA Unions.
9/8/2019- The Boston attorney also talked about her experince of running a pizzeria after going toe-to-toe with a pizza chain in court.
9/8/2019- The Boston attorney says she is bringing a different perspective as a "political outsider."
9/6/2019- Peter Kadzis and Adam Reilly speak with Shannon Liss-Riordan and Steve Pemberton about their campaigns and then size up their prospects (spoiler: they're impressed).
8/7/2019- "I am tired of half steps, old ideas and fake urgency around the problem we face"
7/24/2019- "It is time for Congress to do its job and begin impeachment proceedings"
7/16/2019- Attorney and labor rights activist Shannon Liss-Riordan should be taken seriously- and for now her Democratic opponent, U.S. Sen. Edward Markey, seems to be getting the message.
7/8/2019- State Lawmakers will conduct an oversight hearing later this month to look into problems at the Registry of Motor Vehicles, where administrative lapses delayed license suspensions for nearly 900 people.
7/8/2019- A day after allegations surfaced that the MBTA fired a senior employee because he raised safety concerns, Gov. Charlie Baker said he stood by the agency’s decision but declined to discuss the matter in detail.
US Senate candidate Shannon Liss-Riordan testifies in favor of eliminating sub-minimum wage for tipped workers
6/18/2019- Shannon Liss-Riordan, the Democratic attorney running for U.S. Senate against Democratic U.S. Sen. Ed Markey, testified before a Massachusetts legislative committee on Tuesday in support of a bill that would eliminate the sub-minimum wage for tipped workers.
6/17/2019- Citing her long history of fighting for workers, and her track record of success, six IBEW locals announced their endorsement of Liss-Riordan.
6/20/2019- U.S. Sen. Edward Markey is facing a challenger in next year's Democratic primary in Massachusetts. Shannon Liss-Riordan, a workers' rights lawyer, announced her intention Monday to challenge the one-term senator for the Democratic nomination.
6/23/2019- U.S. Sen. Ed Markey has served in Congress for more than 35 years, but one Brookline labor lawyer has decided that this term should be his last. Attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan will challenge Markey in the Democratic primary next year. Liss-Riordan has spent the past two decades fighting for worker's rights, against companies which include Uber, Starbucks, FedEx and American Airlines.
11/13/2012- Starbucks workers in Massachusetts just got the tip of a lifetime. Late last week, a federal appeals court in Boston awarded a group of baristas at the Seattle-based coffee chain $14 million, the Boston Globe reports.
9/1/2011- The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled yesterday that Coverall North America Inc. illegally collected franchise fees from a worker, clearing the way for hundreds of workers involved in a class-action lawsuit against the cleaning company to be awarded millions of dollars in damages.
9/21/2012- The Harvard Club of Boston reached a tentative settlement of a class-action lawsuit brought by servers who said they weren’t paid tips. “It has been amicably resolved,” Shannon Liss-Riordan, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, said yesterday in a phone interview. She declined to comment further. A Sept. 10 entry in the case docket in Massachusetts state court says “case settled” without giving details.
6/24/2015- Shannon Liss-Riordan, a Boston-based employment-rights lawyer, is leading the charge against Uber and Lyft. She has represented drivers from both companies who have filed lawsuits, alleging they've been misclassified as "independent contractors" when they should be classified as "employees."
12/23/2012- Shannon Liss-Riordan has built her reputation those who say they were wronged. In the three and a half years since Lichten & Liss-Riordan opened its doors, the law firm has won tens of millions of dollars for low-wage workers, often immigrants, who claim to have been wronged by their employers.