Education & Admissions

  • J.D. (magna cum laude), University of Maryland, 2007
  • B.A. (with honors), Johns Hopkins University, 2004
  • Maryland
  • United States District Court for the District of Maryland
  • United States District Court for the District of Columbia

Activities

  • Member of the Maryland State Bar Association
  • Non-profit board member of the Family Crisis Center
  • Member of Offit Kurman's Diversity Committee
  • Non-profit board member of PACT: Helping Children with Special Needs, an affiliate of the Kennedy Krieger Institute

Videos

The impact of COVID-19 on the workplace is unprecedented. As an employer, you are likely facing challenges you have never faced before, receiving questions from employees you have never been asked before, and looking for creative work solutions you have never tried before. This is uncharted territory for many.

Posts

"Employers Should Learn from the NFL in Addressing Operational Risk"

Not only does the COVID-19 pandemic create a risk of legal exposure for employers and business owners, but it also…

"Virginia Adopts New COVID-19 Workplace Safety Standards"

Virginia recently became the first state to adopt an emergency workplace safety standard addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.  While these specific…

"With “Technical Corrections” Made, the Coronavirus Bill Makes its Way to the Senate"

After the House of Representatives voted on and passed the initial version of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act on…

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Co-Written Articles

OK at Work: Selling Your Business

On this week’s episode of OK at Work, Sarah Sawyer and Russell Berger discuss preparing a business for sale from…

OK at Work: Returning to the Office

On this week’s episode of OK at Work, Sarah Sawyer and Russell Berger discuss going back to work after Google…

OK at Work: Unpaid Lunch Periods

On this week’s episode of OK at Work, Sarah Sawyer and Russell Berger discuss wage and hour issues, particularly unpaid meal…

Radio Interviews

Russell Berger & Kelci Longaker --- COVID-19 Update

Tuesday,  March 31, 2020