Employment Law Blogs

Lebau and Neuworth are 30th-Anniversary Edition 'Best Lawyers' in Employment Law and Litigation

Posted on August 12, 2023 in Employee Rights, Employment Law

Lebau & Neuworth attorneys Richard Neuworth and Stephen Lebau have both ONCE AGAIN been named in the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® . Each was recognized for their legal talent in their "Employment Law for Individuals" and "Labor & Employment Litigation" practice areas.

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Lebau & Neuworth Wins Disability Benefits For Persons With Migraines

The law firm of Lebau & Neuworth recently obtained long-term disability benefits on behalf of two clients who suffered from migraines but had their claims denied before seeking our representation.

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Maryland has Seen Thousands of Wage-Theft Claims in Recent Years

The local Baltimore CBS station recent aired a segment that examied on the great extent at which Maryland workers are not paid the wages, including overtime, that are due to them.

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Called A ‘Manager'? You Still May Be Entitled To Overtime

The New York times just had a great article about tricks employers use to try to avoid paying overtime, such as labeling a worker a “manager” when he or she is really no such thing.

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Lebau & Neuworth Scores Overtime Class Action Win

Lebau & Neuworth recently persuaded the federal court in Maryland to grant a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) collective action (a type of class action) for current and former in-home caregivers who worked for Visiting Angels in Maryland.

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Lebau & Neuworth Presentation Covers Nuts & Bolts of Social Security

Richard Neuworth presentation “Social Security Disability Nuts & Bolts” presented to the Stetson University Law School LLM program addressed Social Security disability benefits.

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Lebau Wins Whistleblower Complaint Against Department Of Veterans Affairs

Attorney Steve Lebau recently had the honor of representing Joe Stenaka, a dedicated career public servant and distinguished veteran, in a whistleblower complaint against his supervisor at the U.S. Department of Veterans.

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Minimum Wage Increase in The District of Columbia

Washington, D.C.’s minimum wage increased from $15.50 to $16.10 per hour for non-tipped employees and its base minimum wage for tipped employees went up from $5.05 to $5.35 per hour.

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Job Coach, Other Workplace Requests Are Reasonable Accommodations

Posted on October 14, 2022 in Disability Laws, Employee Rights, Employment Law

An employer recently failed to get a court to rule that a job coach can never be a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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BIG WIN FOR MARYLAND WORKERS: Wages Required for Employer-Required Activities Before or After Work

Maryland’s highest court has held that Maryland workers are entitled to get paid for some employer-required tasks performed before and/or after work.

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