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
Two clients of Lebau & Neuworth recently obtained justice in connection the sexual harassment claims they filed at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, in the Baltimore, Maryland, field office.Read More
Recently, Lebau & Neuworth attorney Stephen Lebau and a dedicated client helped achieve a $13 million settlement on behalf of several whistleblowers in a case involving fraud committed by a for-profit school.Read More
Lebau & Neuworth attorneys Richard Neuworth and Devan Wang achieved two major settlements for more than a thousand employees in two separate unpaid wage and overtime cases.Read More
Lebau & Neuworth is working to hold a large Maryland employer accountable for various transgressions regarding owed wages and the issuance of inaccurate W-2s.Read More
The U.S. Department of Justice has recently begun investigating two Lebau & Neuworth-filed cases of gender and race discrimination against public-sector employers based in Maryland.Read More