Eric Hemmendinger and Teresa Teare Successfully Defeat a Motion for Conditional Certification

Eric Hemmendinger and Teresa Teare, with the help of Lindsey White and Paul Burgin, were successful in defeating a motion for conditional certification in a lawsuit involving claims of failure to pay wages and overtime to insurance adjusters. The case was brought in the U.S. District for the Eastern District of Virginia. Four named plaintiffs brough suit […]

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Chad M. Horton was a Panelist for “Coders of the World Unite: Will Tech Workers Disrupt the NLRA?”

Chad M. Horton was a panelist for “Coders of the World Unite: Will Tech Workers Disrupt the NLRA?” along with former National Labor Relations Board chair Mark Gaston Pearce.  This panel presentation took place on April 16, 2021 as part of the American Bar Association National Symposium on Technology in Labor and Employment Law.

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Lindsey A. White Moderated a Panel Presentation, “Marijuana in the Workplace,” which was part of the American Bar Association National Symposium on Technology in Labor and Employment Law

On April 15, 2021, Lindsey A. White moderated a panel presentation, “Marijuana in the Workplace,” which was part of the American Bar Association National Symposium on Technology in Labor and Employment Law. Lindsey was also one of the organizers for the Symposium.

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Mark J. Swerdlin Served as Panelist on “Practicing Labor & Employment Law in a Virtual Environment” at Worklaw’s Spring 2021 Virtual Meeting

On April 15, 2021, Mark J. Swerdlin served as moderator/panelist on “Practicing Labor & Employment Law in a Virtual Environment” at Worklaw’s Spring 2021 Virtual Meeting. Worklaw is an international alliance of labor and employment boutique firms, of which our firm is the Maryland member.

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