Employee Benefits Blogs

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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Supreme Court Delivers Win for Retirement-Plan Participants

Recently in Hughes v. Northwestern University, the Supreme Court issued a favorable decision for participants in employer-sponsored retirement plans, which are governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).

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Don’t Give Up – Fight For Your Full Retirement Benefits

If you work for a private sector employer and have a retirement pension plan, your rights to those benefits are governed by the federal Employee Retirement Income Security Act, or “ERISA.”

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Assessing the Impact of Federal Entitlement Benefits on Employment

Lebau and Neuworth partner attorney Richard Neuworth recently made a new and important presentation on the topic of Federal Entitlement Benefits and how they affect employment law.

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Lebau & Neuworth Attorneys Provide Updates on Maryland Employment Law Guide

Lebau & Neuworth attorneys Devan Wang and Richard Neuworth recently made presentations that updated several important chapters on Maryland Employment Law Guide.

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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: COVID 19 Created Additional Ways to Prove Disability in Various Benefits Cases

COVID 19 produced a new paradigm that created additional ways to prove disability in Social Security Disability, Workers Compensation and Long-Term disability benefits cases.

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The American Rescue Plan Act (the “Act”) signed into law by President Biden on March 11, 2021, authorizes federal spending for much-needed economic relief and poverty alleviation.

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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: Addressing Employee Benefits as Affected by COVID-19

Specializing in employement law and employee rights, the Law Firm of Lebau & Neuworth is specifically qualified to address Employee Benefits and the manner in which they have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Maryland Workers Entitled to Advanced Notice in Large Layoffs

Beginning on October, 1, 2020, Maryland employers are required to give their employees 60 days advance notice prior to enacting a “reduction in operations.”

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L&N Attorney Stephen Lebau Presents at E.E.O.C. Training Session

Posted on October 22, 2019 in Employee Benefits, Employee Rights, Employment Law

Lebau & Neuworth partner attorney Stephen Lebau was chosen by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Baltimore, Maryland, field office to participate in a panel of three lawyers and speak on the topic “The Future of Human Resources is Today.”

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