On February 27, 2018, the radio station WAMU aired a piece examining the problems employers are experiencing in trying to comply with the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act. Fiona Ong was interviewed by the reporter. You may listen to the recording here.
On February 13, 2018, Fiona Ong testified before the Economic Matters Committee (ECM) of the Maryland House of Delegates in support of SB 304, the bill that would revise the effective date of the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act to July 1, 2018. If a majority of the members of […]
Mark J. Swerdlin was a panel speaker in a roundtable discussion on “What’s Next in Wage & Hour Litigation,” presented by the ABA Litigation Section’s Employment & Labor Relations Committee on January 18, 2018. The discussion explored hot topics and emerging trends in wage-hour litigation.
Fiona W. Ong has been named an Acritas Star in an independent global report that recognizes stand-out lawyers according to client nominations. Acritas, a leading research firm, created the Acritas Stars Database and Report based on the results of a survey of general counsel and other senior leaders at legal departments […]
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
Lindsey White was quoted in a April 7, 2023 article by Allen Smith for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM.org), “When Fitness-for-Duty Examinations Are Allowed.” (Subscription may be required