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Opinions – 8/29/11: 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Labor & Employment Sexual harassment BOTTOM LINE: There existed a genuine issue of material fact as to whether assistant was subject to a hostile work environment, where assistant alleged that her supervisor repeatedly propositioned her to have sex with him, ...

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Taverns’ pay deal on hold as judge looks into legal fees

A judge in Baltimore has held up the $115,000 settlement of a labor lawsuit against a Federal Hill tavern owner because the portion earmarked for the plaintiffs’ lawyer — $100,000 — was not well-documented and “likely not reasonable.” Judge Richard ...

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Attorneys’ fees in FLSA case could put Baltimore bar owner out of business

Pooling tips with bartenders at his two South Baltimore taverns might well put Jason Zink out of business. No, the recession has not made those shared gratuities too few to sustain him, and no, it’s not because the Don’t Know ...

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