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Chad M. Horton won an interest arbitration case

Chad M. Horton won an interest arbitration case on behalf of an alcoholic beverage company. The arbitrator agreed with the company’s argument that the parties’ course of bargaining established that

Fiona W. Ong was quoted Law360.com article by Vin Gurrieri “4 Questions for Employers as March Madness Bounces Back”

Fiona W. Ong was quoted in a March 17, 2021 Law360.com article by Vin Gurrieri, 4 Questions for Employers as March Madness Bounces Back. (Subscription required)

Mark J. Swerdlin was a guest on the Employment Law Alliance’s podcast series

Mark J. Swerdlin was a guest on the Employment Law Alliance’s podcast series, Episode 231: NLRB Developments Impacting Higher Education, on March 25, 2021.

Paul D. Burgin testified before Maryland’s Senate Finance Committee

On March 4, 2021, Paul D. Burgin testified before Maryland’s Senate Finance Committee in support of legislation to revise Maryland’s Economic Stabilization Act, which was amended last year to impose

Chad Horton successfully defended an alcoholic beverage company against just cause claims

Chad M. Horton successfully defended an alcoholic beverage company against claims that it did not have just cause for disciplining an employee driver who concealed that his driver’s license had

Fiona W. Ong was quoted in an article by Vin Gurrieri “3 Employer Takeaways from the Latest Virus Relief Push”

Fiona W. Ong was quoted in an article by Vin Gurrieri, 3 Employer Takeaways from the Latest Virus Relief Push, published on March 19, 2021, on Law360.com. (Subscription required)

Darryl G. McCallum was a guest speaker on the Employment Law Alliance’s podcast series

Darryl G. McCallum was a guest speaker on the Employment Law Alliance’s podcast series, Episode 228: COVID-19 in the US: Vaccinations and the Workplace, on March 18, 2021.

Chad M. Horton successfully defended a lighting manufacturer against its union’s claim that it violated the CBA

Chad M. Horton successfully defended a lighting manufacturer against its union’s claim that it violated the collective-bargaining agreement’s (CBA) overtime provisions when it prohibited movement between its North and South plants

Teresa D. Teare presented a webinar, “Vaccinations in the Workplace: A Legal Perspective”

Teresa D. Teare presented a webinar, “Vaccinations in the Workplace: A Legal Perspective,” on March 25, 2021 for the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation. You may view the presentation here.

Testimonials

  • Shawe Rosenthal “maintains its exceptional reputation for taking on employment and labor matters for the management of leading companies.”

    Chambers 2016
  • Shawe Rosenthal “is known for a dedicated focus on labor and employment work, with significant strength in labor management relations, alternative dispute resolution, severance contracting and complex class actions.”

    Chambers 2015
  • Shawe Rosenthal “is known for heavy emphasis on employment litigation, including wage and hour disputes, qui tam actions and workplace discrimination. Also well regarded for its labor relations practice, offering advice to clients relating to NLRB proceedings and union avoidance.”

    Chambers 2014
  • “This fine practice is much noted for its experience representing employers before federal and state courts, the NLRB, EEOC, and other administrative agencies, as well as in arbitrations. Its attorneys have extensive expertise in matters pertaining to unfair labor practice cases and collective bargaining agreements, and continue to be in demand for their strengths in discrimination and wrongful termination litigation.”

    Chambers 2013
  • Shawe Rosenthal is a “well-regarded labor and employment” national law firm. Sources say, “they are all very good lawyers.”

    Chambers 2012
  • “This highly respected labor and employment boutique has a national presence and represents management in the full spectrum of labor and employment matters.” Sources say, “A first-class firm that listens to what we want to do and really helps us achieve our objectives.”

    Chambers USA 2011