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Columbia, MD 21046

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Baltimore, MD 21202

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Employment Law

Employee Relations, Legal Counsel, Litigation

BTLG is Maryland employment lawyers who can provide legal support on matters of employee relations from best practices advice to litigation. We have experience in most areas that your business may need support with.

Employment Law Services:

  • Draft and revision of employee manuals or polices and procedures
  • Employee sensitivity training
  • Management training
  • Standards and best practices
  • Discrimination investigation and litigation (race, age, sex, sexual orientation)
  • Wrongful termination
  • Day-to-day compliance advice in multiple areas (e.g., Fair Labor Standards Act, Maryland Wage and Hour Law, unemployment disputes, Americans with Disabilities Act, Family Medical Leave Act, medical privacy)
  • Employment contracts
  • Non-compete, non-disclosure, trade secret or other restrictive covenants
  • Misappropriation and conversion of company assets
  • Fiduciary duties
  • Employee privacy
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News from BTLG:

Workplace Harassment - Prohibitions, Liability, Enforcement, and Prevention Training
Changes to Maryland’s anti-discrimination laws, focused on harassment, are set to take effect, significantly changing the employment liability landscape for small employers in Maryland
Non-competes for low wage earners void
Under a new Maryland law any non-compete agreement that restricts the ability of an employee who earns less than $15.00 per hour or $31,200)annually, to work in the same or similar business or trade shall be deemed null and void
New $15.00 Maryland Minimum Wage
Maryland recently joined the ranks of other states that have enacted legislation to raise the minimum wage to $15.00 per hour
Contractor Enhanced Liability for Unpaid Wages
Beginning on October 1, 2018, general contractors working on construction projects became jointly and severally liable for a subcontractor’s failure to pay its employees for all hours worked in violation of Maryland’s Wage Payment and Collection Law
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