Labor And Employment Law

Lactation Breaks At Work and the Law

Let’s talk briefly about lactation break policies.  Passage of lactation laws is a national trend among states and municipalities.  In general, the laws provide that employers will provide a reasonable amount of break time to accommodate a female employee’s need to express breast milk for the employee’s infant child up to a certain age.

Read More

Maryland’s Minimum Wage Is Poised to Increase — Is Your Business Ready?

If your business has employees in Maryland, get ready to start issuing pay raises. The Maryland General Assembly is currently considering a bill that would steadily increase the state’s minimum wage by approximately 50% in four years. Maryland’s current minimum wage is $10.10 per hour, $2.85 higher than the federal minimum established by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Read More

Word to the Wise: Non-Compete Law Is Changing Nationwide

The last several years have witnessed significant shifts nationwide with respect to the ability of employers to restrict the mobility of employees. Federal non-compete reform efforts began in 2015 with the Mobility and Opportunity for Vulnerable Employees (or MOVE) Act.

Read More

Suing Because of The Shutdown

The federal government’s shutdown is now the longest in history – spanning almost one month. Many federal government employees have…

Read More
Page 1 of 2912345...1020...Last »