EDWARD C. MCREADY V. SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION LOCAL 500
Employment law — Fair representation — Grievance procedures This appeal arose out of a union member’s dissatisfaction with the representatives assigned by his union to assist him in a grievance against his employer. Read the opinion
QUN LIN v. JOSE ANGEL REYES CRUZ, ET AL.
Employment law — Definition of employer — Economic reality test Qun Lin (“Appellant”) appeals from the ruling by the Circuit Court for Montgomery County that he was liable as an employer for unpaid wages owed to Jose Angel Reyes Cruz, Jose Emanuel Sanchez Vazquez, and Clemente Garcia Martinez (“Appellees” or “Employees”). Read the opinion
DANIEL WORTHY v. CHIMES DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, INC., ET AL.
Employment law — Fair Employment Practices Act — Failure to accommodate disability Daniel Worthy, appellant, appeals an order from the Circuit Court for Baltimore City granting summary judgment in favor of appellees: Chimes District of Columbia, Inc. (“Chimes”), Robert J. Bryan, Joni M. Dorsett, Gerard Cotter, and Pamela Meadows. Read the opinion
SHON FELDER v. CHIMES DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, INC.
Employment law — Fair Employment Practices Act — Race discrimination Shon Felder, appellant, appeals an order from the Circuit Court for Baltimore City granting summary judgment to Chimes District of Columbia, Inc. (“Chimes”), appellee. This case arises out of Chimes’ termination of Mr. Felder, a Black man, who was a Chimes employee from January 2013 […]
ZOE N. WALTERS v. CHIMES DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, INC., ET AL.
Employment law — Fair Employment Practices Act — Hostile work environment Zoe Walters, appellant, appeals an order from the Circuit Court for Baltimore City granting summary judgment to appellees: Chimes District of Columbia, Inc. (“Chimes”), Robert J. Bryan, Joni M. Dorsett, Jane Gallaher, and Pamela Meadows. Collectively, Mr. Bryan, Ms. Dorsett, Ms. Gallaher, and Ms. […]
EAST OVER CAR WASH, INC., et al. v. HERMEN NICOLAS PORTILLO CARBAJAL, et al.
Employment law — Wages — Minimum wage and overtime Appellees, Hermen Nicolas Portillo Carbajal, Rafael Najera Lazaro, Nixon Jhonson Hernandez Rojas, Antoine E. Smith, and Marquett Johnson (collectively “the employees”), filed suit against their employers, appellants East Over Car Wash, Inc., and He Min Lee (“Lee”) (collectively “East Over”). The employees alleged that East [...]
CHRISTI STERLING v. MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Administrative law — Employment rejection — Accardi doctrine This case arises out of a decision by the Motor Vehicle Administration (“MVA”), a unit of the Maryland Department of Transportation (“the Department”), appellee, to reject the employment of a probationary employee, Christi Sterling, appellant. Read the opinion
MORGAN WILLEY v. BALTIMORE CITY BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS ET AL.
Employment law — Wrongful termination — Statute of limitations Morgan Willey, appellant, filed a complaint for wrongful termination against her former employer, Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners (“BSBSC”) and Baltimore City Public Schools (“BCPS”), appellees, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. Appellees filed a motion to dismiss, alleging that the complaint was[...]
RICKEY NELSON JONES v. MARY E. BARBERA
Torts — Race discrimination — Judicial selection This case involves whether an applicant for a gubernatorial judicial appointment may state a claim of racial discrimination pursuant to the Maryland Fair Employment Practices Act, Md. Code Ann., State Gov’t 20-606 (a) (hereinafter “Title 20”) and Title VII of the Civil Rights Acts, 42 U.S.C. §§ 2000e-2(a), […]
STACEY JONES V. JOHNS HOPKINS COMMUNITY PHYSICIANS, INC.
Employment law — Discrimination — Hostile work environment This appeal arises from a lawsuit filed in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County by Stacey Jones, appellant, against Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, Inc. (“Hopkins”), her former employer, alleging that Hopkins discriminated against her on the basis of her race and gender in violation of the Maryland […]
DARRYL K. LEWIS, JR. v. CITY OF BALTIMORE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, et al.
Administrative law — Employment termination — Due process Appellant Darryl K. Lewis, Jr. appealed his termination by the Baltimore City Fire Department (“BCFD”) to the City of Baltimore Civil Service Commission (“Commission”). The Commission upheld the termination, and appellant sought judicial review in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, which affirmed the Commission’s de[...]
CRYSTAL BUTTERWORTH v. LMB UNLIMITED, LLC, d/b/a KONSTANT FOOD
Civil litigation — Amended complaint — Wrongful discharge This case concerns the discharge of an at-will employee, allegedly because she did not appear for work timely on December 24, 2014, but instead attended a final peace order hearing as a respondent pursuant to § 3-1505 of the Maryland Code’s Courts & Judicial Proceedings Article in […]