Best Lawyers in America© Includes Eleven Shawe Rosenthal LLP Partners In Its Inaugural 2021 Edition

Best Lawyers in America©  has released its inaugural 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers® Employment Law Issue, which includes Shawe Rosenthal LLP and eleven of our partners – the most of any labor and employment firm in Maryland: Bruce S. Harrison, Eric Hemmendinger, Darryl G. McCallum, J. Michael McGuire,  Fiona W. Ong, Stephen D. Shawe, Gary L. Simpler, Mark J. Swerdlin, Teresa D. […]

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Shawe Rosenthal Complimentary Webinar: “The ‘New Normal’ of Remote Work? What Employers Need to Know”

On Wednesday, July 20, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern, Fiona W. Ong and Lindsey A. White will present this complimentary webinar on behalf of hrsimple.com, the publisher of the Maryland Human Resources Manual and similar publications in other states. Fiona and Lindsey will discuss some common questions, such as when remote work may be required […]

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ELA Complimentary Webinar: Welcome Back America! HR Considerations For The 2021 US Workplace

Shawe Rosenthal is pleased to offer our clients the opportunity to participate in the Employment Law Alliance’s complimentary webinar – Welcome Back America! HR Considerations for the 2021 US Workplace – on Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern.  This session will focus on HR policy considerations for remote working – both in-state and […]

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Fiona W. Ong Is Once Again Recognized By Lexology As Its “Legal Influencer” For U.S. – Employment

Fiona W. Ong has once again been recognized by Lexology as its “Legal Influencer” for U.S. – Employment, most recently for Q1 2021. Lexology publishes in excess of 450 legal articles daily from more than 1,100 leading law firms and service providers worldwide. Lexology instituted its quarterly “Lexology Content Marketing Awards” in 2018 to recognize […]

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Gary L. Simpler Achieved Victory Representing A Health System In An Arbitration Case

Gary L. Simpler represented a health system in an arbitration case where a nurse was terminated for diverting narcotic medication.  The arbitrator upheld the termination based on evidence that showed the nurse’s ID was used over 40 times to access the narcotic bin in the hospital’s computerized medicine distribution system but not withdrawing the narcotic, […]

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