Labor and Employment
Posted on behalf of Janet, Jenner & Suggs on August 21, 2017 in Labor and EmploymentFederal and state laws prohibit various forms of discrimination in the workplace. These laws are intended to protect employees from workplace discrimination that can have a negative impact on their earning capacity or the terms or conditions of their employment. Reviewing the prohibited forms of discrimination below can help you gain a better understanding of... Read More
Posted on behalf of Janet, Jenner & Suggs on April 11, 2017 in Labor and EmploymentUnder the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) of 1938, employers have to pay overtime wages to certain employees who work more than 40 hours per week. Unfortunately, employers and employees have many misconceptions about when workers are entitled to overtime pay. If you believe any of these myths, it is possible you were entitled to... Read More
Posted on behalf of Janet, Jenner & Suggs on January 27, 2014 in Labor and EmploymentAs Super Bowl Sunday draws near, I’m reminded of two recent cases that put Maryland Court Rulings at odds over business liability. In both cases, the businesses’ patrons killed innocent people. The courts’ rulings on who should be held responsible in each case, however, are far different. In 2008, three people were killed after a... Read More
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