Lebau & Neuworth partner attorney Richard Neuworth has been named to the prestigious “2018 Leadership in Law” roll, which distinguishes select regional attorneys who are “outstanding leaders in the law.” Inclusion in the exclusive recognition is based on a nominee’s outstanding career accomplishments, community involvement and mentoring activities.Read More
Lebau & Neuworth partner attorney Steve Lebau, after a several-year fight, has just obtained justice for a victim of pregnancy discrimination. The employer, the University in
Baltimore, fired and then refused to hire the client shortly after she disclosed her pregnancy. The U.S. Department of Justice filed the lawsuit and worked closely with Steve in investigating and pursuing the case.Read More
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.Read More
Lebau & Neuworth has obtained two very favorable settlements for dozens of employees who were not paid overtime when working more than 40 hours per week and did not get paid for all hours worked (i.e, “off-the-clock” work).Read More
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.Read More
After more than 12 months of intense litigation, Lebau & Neuworth won a six-figure settlement on behalf of a truck driver who hurt her back when dealing with a trailer issue and was not allowed to return to work.Read More
Lebau & Neuworth attorneys each has a docket full of individual wage-hour cases, in which we just represent one worker at a time against one employer at time for owed wages, including overtime. We are experts in employment law and have been taking on those cases for more than two decades while getting our clients the wages they are owed.Read More
Lebau & Neuworth clients have fared well before the U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (E.E.O.C.) in the past few weeks.
In one case, our client was fired for complaining of sexual harassment by a customer of her employer, a major government contractor.
In another case, we obtained a near six-figure settlement in pregnancy discrimination case after our client was terminated shortly after she disclosed she was pregnant.
We also settled a race discrimination case through the EEOC’s mediation process.Read More
Lebau & Neuworth is pleased to announce that a firm’s client vindicated her rights at the U.S. Equal Employment Commission after not being hired for a job because she is pregnant.Read More
Patricia Bonds, a client of Lebau & Neuworth, worked as a food clerk at Safeway’s Westminster, Maryland, store when she sustained a work-related injury that substantially limited her ability to lift.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) subsequently charged that Safeway refused to observe its legal duty to provide a reasonable accommodation for Bonds and then unlawfully fired her because of her disability.Read More