We represent clients in the construction and engineering field, including national and regional construction companies and engineering companies. Our services cover the full range of labor and employment matters. Some of our activities include:
Conducting a presentation to the state chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) on a multitude of issues, including wage-hour compliance, new sick leave and equal pay laws, and federal agency developments.
Obtaining injunctions against illegal picketing.
Establishing reserve gate systems for access to regulate picketing.
Defending a federal subcontractor against hiring and equal pay discrimination complaint filed by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs.
Advising on multi-employer pension plan withdrawal liability.
Advising a major construction company on compliance with federal contractor affirmative action requirements.
Representing companies in Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) fatality investigations.
Conducting union avoidance training for managers.
Providing counsel to a long-term care provider on the acquisition of a unionized facility and the establishment of initial terms and conditions of employment.
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