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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. The ADA mandates that disabled workers be provided reasonable accommodations to perform the essential job functions of their job.

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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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Presentation on The False Claims Act Highlights Medical Negligence

Lebau & Neuworth partner Richard Neuworth made a presentation on the important topic of Medical Negligence and The False Claims Act at the 2022 National American Association for Justice Convention.

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Minimum Wage Increase for Montgomery County Workers

Montgomery County has a new minimum wage as of July 1st of this year. Know your rights when it comes to what you should be paid and your minimum wage!

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Maryland Established Paid Family Leave Effective in 2025

On April 9, 2022, the Maryland Legislature passed the Time to Care Act of 2022, which created a Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program in Maryland.

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Lebau & Neuworth Fights & Wins for Home Aides, Companions & Caregivers

Home healthcare aides, caregivers and companions often are victims of unlawful wage practices. But Lebau & Neuworth attorneys have a dedicated history of representing these workers to get the pay owed to them.

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Guarding Against Discrimination in Physician Compensation in Maryland

Lebau & Neuworth attorneys have expertise in representing physicians in Maryland and elsewhere in research, academic and clinician roles.

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Lebau & Neuworth Win Epic Discrimination Case for Client

Lebau & Neuworth has successfully represented a member of the Baltimore City Fire Department who claimed he was the victim of reverse race discrimination.

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False Claims Act Settlements and Judgments Exceed $5.6 Billion in FY 2021

Lebau & Neuworth attorneys have represented whistleblowers who were terminated from their jobs for objecting to and/or complaining about their employers’ unlawful conduct.

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Severance Pay as Owed Wages Under Maryland Law: Get Three Times the Amount

Another Maryland court has ruled that severance pay required by an employment contract can be considered owed “wages” under the Maryland Wage Payment & Collection Law and just not an item that has to be provided by contract terms.

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