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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:

Application of the Business Judgment Rule to Stockholder Derivative Claims
Maryland’s highest court determined that the modified business judgment rule established in Boland v. Boland does not apply to a disinterested and independent board of directors’ decision to deny a shareholder litigation demand
Veteran-Owned Small Business Certification- What an Applicant Needs to Know
Veteran-Owned Small Businesses are subject to a procurement program that allows federal contracting and procurement agencies to set aside certain procurement contracts exclusively for them
State Procurement Contracts for Construction- Restrictions to Change Orders
Before the State of Maryland can require a prime contractor to begin performance of any change order work, the procurement officer must issue a written change order with minimum standards
Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors-Executive Order
President Obama signed an executive order requiring that federal contractors provide paid sick leave to their employees working on certain type of contracts, effective January 1, 2017
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