Fiona Ong Appointed General Counsel of Maryland Chamber of Commerce

Fiona Ong was re-appointed General Counsel of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and will serve on the Executive Committee. She is the first minority and second woman to serve in

Vlog: Employment Matters

Chad Horton was the presenter for the Employment Law Alliance’s Employment Matters Vlog #25 – New Employment Laws in Maryland. The Employment Law Alliance is a comprehensive global network of

Webinar: Maryland Newest Employment Laws

On May 3, 2023, Fiona Ong and Chad Horton, along with the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Andrew Griffin explained and provided guidance on complying

Teresa Teare Selected as Fellow of the Maryland Bar Foundation

We are delighted to announce that our co-Managing Partner Teresa Teare was selected to be a Fellow of the Maryland Bar Foundation. Fellowship in the Foundation is by invitation only

Webinar: Complying with Maryland’s New Employment Laws – 2023

Maryland’s General Assembly session just ended, with the passage of significant new employment legislation, including the expedited increase to a $15 minimum wage rate, modifications to the new Paid Family

Resource Guide

We are pleased to announce that the 2023 edition of The Legal 500: Employment & Labour Law Country Comparative Guide, for which we authored the U.S. chapter, is now available. A copy

Lindsey A. White moderated a panel for the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law National Symposium

On April 20, 2023, Lindsey White moderated a panel for American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law National Symposium on Technology in Labor and Employment Law on the

Lindsey A. White was quoted in a April 7, 2023 in Society for Human Resource Management Article

Lindsey White was quoted in a April 7, 2023 article by Allen Smith for the Society for Human Resource Management (, “When Fitness-for-Duty Examinations Are Allowed.” (Subscription may be required

Fiona Ong was quoted in an April 20, 2023 Article

Fiona Ong was quoted in an April 20, 2023 article by Trudy Knockless, “Businesses Are Paying Big Bucks in Response to Gender Stereotype Lawsuits.” (Subscription required for access).


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