OCEAN CITY — The rapidly changing landscape of marijuana decriminalization has caused “mass confusion” and legal issues in Maryland workplaces, requiring employers and employees to be aware of ongoing developments, lawyers said Friday at a panel discussion at the Maryland State Bar Association’s Legal Summit and Annual Meeting. The Labor and Employment Section of the [&hell[...]
The EEOC is appealing a lower-court decision that said Abercrombie couldn’t be held liable for rejecting a Muslim job applicant based on her wearing a traditional head covering known as a hijab, because she failed to tell the interviewer explicitly that she wore the hijab for religious reasons.
Appellee’s resignation in lieu of termination did not waive his right to contest the denial of his pension, and the County Board of Appeals’ decision as to his service to Baltimore County Public Schools was not arbitrary and capricious, and was supported by substantial evidence.
Appellant Stephen Platt is a deaf man who was fired from his job for allegedly signing obscenities in American Sign Language. Platt sought unemployment compensation, but was denied benefits by a Claims Specialist because he had engaged in gross misconduct. He appeals.
Talbot County appeals the denial of dispositive motions filed throughout employees' wrongful termination case. It presents a single question for our review, which we have rephrased as follows: Whether the language in the employee handbook was sufficient to preclude appellees’ reliance on the layoff provisions of the document
A poorly drafted employment contract between a Maryland lawyer and a Virginia law firm gave Maryland’s top court the opportunity to say the state’s wage-protection law safeguards Marylanders working for out of state companies regardless of where their contract was signed.
While this case was still pending appeal, the Court of Appeals issued two opinions that had a different interpretation of Wage Payment Collection Law. Based on the new case law, appellant asks that we reverse the circuit court’s grant of summary judgment for her employer on her action for overtime wages.
Sheila Breck appeals a judgment of the Circuit Court, which affirmed an administrative disciplinary ruling of the Maryland State Police. Because appellee failed to maintain a record of a critical portion of the hearing, we vacate the judgment and remand with instructions to remand to MSP for further proceedings
We apply Section 9-202 of the Labor and Employment Article, a provision of the Workers’ Compensation title that authorizes a self-insured employer to recoup benefits paid to a claimant/employee who thereafter recovered a settlement from a third party tort feasor.
As MDTA correctly notes, the sole authority for setting the “Standard Pay Plan” rests with the Secretary of Budget and Management. Moreover, the ALJ properly found geography to be the primary motivation for hiring ICC ERTs at a higher step.
Did the Board and the Circuit Court err by ruling that appellant's separation as a result of a Reduction-in-Force, where the County improperly classified appellant, was in accordance with the law and supported by facts on record?
Employees of the former ESPN Zone in the Inner Harbor have reached a settlement over back pay after the restaurant was shut down in 2010 without federally required notice to the workers.