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New Maryland Law Better Protects against Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

New Maryland Law Better Protects against Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan signed into law the Maryland Disclosing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Act of 2018, which aims to better protect employees from workplace sexual harassment.

The new Act prohibits employers from requiring employees to enter into any agreement that waives any “substantive or procedural right or remedy” to a future sexual harassment claim.

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Lebau & Neuworth Client Gets Justice For Pregnancy Discrimination

Lebau & Neuworth Client Gets Justice For Pregnancy Discrimination

Lebau & Neuworth partner attorney Steve Lebau, after a several-year fight, has just obtained justice for a victim of pregnancy discrimination. The U.S. Department of Justice filed the lawsuit and worked closely with Steve in investigating and pursuing the case.

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University Staff, Faculty and Administrators Should Know Your Employment Rights

University Staff, Faculty and Administrators Should Know Your Employment Rights

Maryland is the home of many fine and esteemed colleges and universities, including the Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland system (College Park, Towson, Baltimore County, Eastern Shore, Frostburg, St. Mary’s), Morgan State, St. John’s, Coppin and several others.​

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Lebau & Neuworth Helped More Than 500 Workers Get Owed Wages in 2017

Lebau & Neuworth Helped More Than 500 Workers Get Owed Wages in 2017

The results are in -- In 2017, Lebau & Neuworth attorneys represented more than 500 workers get the overtime and owed wages they were due from the employers. The total amount recovered was in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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EEOC Announces Employment Discrimination Actions in 2017

EEOC Announces Employment Discrimination Actions in 2017

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently announced that in 2017, it recovered nearly $400 million for employment discrimination victims in the private sector and state and local government work­places through voluntary resolutions and litigation.

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Separating Fact from Fiction in Employment Discrimination

Separating Fact from Fiction in Employment Discrimination

You may be lead to believe that employment discrimination in the workplace does not exist anymore and/or that victims alleging job discrimination are just trying to get some “easy” money. But that is completely and absolutely WRONG!

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Home Companions & Aides Can Get Their Wages & Attorney Fees

Home Companions & Aides Can Get Their Wages & Attorney Fees

A Maryland Court recently issued an important decision in Pinnacle Group et al. v. Victoria Kelly concerning overtime for companion-care home-healthcare workers in that state.

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Billions of Dollars were Recovered in 2017 False Claims Act Cases

Billions of Dollars were Recovered in 2017 False Claims Act Cases

Lebau & Neuworth attorneys are members Taxpayers Against Fraud, whose attorney members represent whistleblowers in False Claims Act case. TAF’s review of 2017 False Claims Act cases shows it was a very good year for whistleblower recoveries.

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Maryland's New Sick/Safe Leave Law is Now In Effect

Maryland's New Sick/Safe Leave Law is Now In Effect

After a long fight, Maryland’s sick-leave law is now in effect, requiring certain employers to offer sick and safe leave to their employees under the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act.

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Lebau & Neuworth Involved in Multiple EEOC Accomplishments in 2017

Lebau & Neuworth Involved in Multiple EEOC Accomplishments in 2017

Posted on November 27, 2017 in Employee Rights, Employment Law

Lebau & Neuworth attorneys were fortunate enough to have represented three of the persons for whom the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)  filed lawsuits in 2017. In those lawsuits, we successfully represented our clients in negotiating private settlement agreements.

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Maryland Court Holds a Non-Compete is Unenforceable

Maryland Court Holds a Non-Compete is Unenforceable

In Maryland, non-compete agreements are enforceable if the agreements are reasonable. However, if the scope and/or duration are unreasonable or the non-compete agreement causes an undue hardship on the employee, the agreement may be unenforceable.

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