Employment Law Hotline Md

Filter Type: All Time Past 24 Hours Past Week Past monthFacebook Share Twitter Share LinkedIn Share Pinterest Share Reddit Share E-Mail Share

Listing Results Employment Law Hotline Md

Just Now Hotline services are free and available to anyone who lives or works in Maryland. The Employment Law Hotline will answer questions about: Discrimination in hiring, firing, promotions and other working conditions Pay equity Sexual harassment Discrimination based on pregnancy Family or medical leave issues Unpaid wages Contract issues

Preview / Show more

Posted in: maryland employment law hotline women's law centerShow details

8 hours ago Hotline services are free and available to anyone who lives or works in Maryland. The Employment Law Hotline answers questions from women and men about a wide range of employment law issues. However, the Women’s Law Center is especially interested in helping callers with problems that predominately impact women.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: maryland employment law hotlineShow details

3 hours ago Employment Law Hotline by Women's Law Center of Maryland. Cost: Free. This program covers residents of the following states: MD.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

6 hours ago Finding Legal Help. You can use the links below to find a private lawyer, or to find free or low-cost legal help from a Maryland legal services program. Most free or low-cost legal programs can help only if you qualify on the basis of your income. Contact individual programs to see if you qualify for help. You can also visit one of the court

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Contact Lawyer, Services LawShow details

410-366-1980

3 hours ago Low-cost legal counseling/representation in immigration matters help/employment-law/ 410-366-1980 410-828-6390 www.fcsmd.org 800-845-8550 Operated by Maryland Legal Aid. Free legal assistance and brief advice for low-income individuals who have served in any branch of the

Preview "PDF/Adobe Acrobat"

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment Law, Immigration LawShow details

8 hours ago Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law - Employment Standards Service (ESS) Download the posters (download Adobe Acrobat for free) - the posters below reflect law changes effective January 1, 2022 and thereafterMaryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law; Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law for Montgomery County - Effective July 1, 2021; …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

2 hours ago Maryland Legal Aid (MLA) provides life-changing civil legal assistance to eligible residents in every part of the State. Since 1911, MLA has provided high-quality legal services to low-income, and marginalized individuals and communities--helping them remedy their civil legal issues and become empowered to overcome challenges, achieve stability and independence, and an …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Civil Law, Services LawShow details

5 hours ago The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Maryland Commission on Human Relations are the federal and state agencies designated to enforce these laws. An employee who has been the subject of discrimination may file a charge against his or her employer with these agencies with or without a lawyer’s assistance.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

8 hours ago Maryland Free Legal Answers is a virtual legal advice clinic in which qualifying users post civil legal question to be answered by pro bono attorneys licensed in their state. Question topics include Family, Divorce, Custody, Housing, Eviction, Homelessness, Consumer Rights, Financial, Work, Employment, Unemployment, Health and Disability, Civil

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment Law, Family LawShow details

4 hours ago Maryland Employers: New Employment Laws Become Effective October 1, 2020. As we previously reported, earlier this year Maryland passed a number of employment laws that, among other things, prohibit use of facial recognition technology, wage history inquires and hairstyle discrimination, and revise the state’s mini-WARN act. These laws will

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment Law, Air LawShow details

4 hours ago The Maryland General Assembly passed a law rendering unenforceable non-compete agreement as applied to certain lower wage employees. The law renders void non-compete agreements that attempt to restrict competition by employees earning equal to or less than $15.00 per hour or $31,200 annually.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

1 hours ago The Office of the Attorney General sponsors a volunteer Law Clerk program that provides law students with an opportunity to serve the citizens of Maryland in a wide range of legal fields from criminal investigations and consumer protection to counsel to select state agencies. Law clerks have opportunities to perform legal research and writing

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Form Law, Criminal LawShow details

Just Now Maryland Occupational Safety & Health (MOSH) Wage Information. Federal Employment Services for Veterans. Employment of Minors. Fair Labor Standards Act. Injured Workers' Insurance Fund (IWIF) Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) Subsequent Injury Fund - SIF. The Family and Medical Leave Act.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Insurance Law, Form LawShow details

(443) 863-4040

Just Now Joining Forces Project. (443) 863-4040. Maryland Legal Aid’s Joining Forces project (Veterans’ Hotline) is a free, statewide legal telephone hotline specifically for low-income individuals who have served in any branch of the military—regardless of their discharge status.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Services LawShow details

4 hours ago Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law. The Flexible Leave Act, section 3-802 of the Labor and Employment Article authorizes employees of employers with 15 or more individuals to use "leave with pay" to care for an immediate family member who is ill or for bereavement leave upon the death of an immediate family member. Immediate family

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment Law, Family LawShow details

7 hours ago In Maryland, an employer may withdraw an employment offer without specifying a reason for withdrawing the offer unless otherwise required by law. See Withdrawal of the Employment Offer. The withdrawal of an employment offer should be made and/or confirmed in writing as soon as possible to avoid a claim of negligent misrepresentation by the

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

2 hours ago The Maryland legislature adjourned in April after enacting several employment-related laws, summarized below. Minimum Wage (HB166/SB280) – Beginning January 1, 2020, state minimum wage for all employers will increase to $11, with scheduled increases up to $15 in 2025 for employers with 15 or more employees, and $14.60 for employers with 14 or fewer …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

6 hours ago Topics include: Federal, state, and county discrimination laws Accommodation of employees with disabilities Federal, state, and county government employee personnel regulations Unemployment benefits Wage & hour laws Severance and noncompete agreements What to expect as an Employment Law Hotline volunteer This training is available for free to …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment Law, Government LawShow details

4 hours ago

1. House Bill 679(the “Amendments”) makes key changes to Maryland’s anti-discrimination law, the FEPA. Coverage: The Amendments expand the definition of employee to include independent contractors, who will be entitled to FEPA’s protections. Currently, Maryland’s FEPA applies to employers with at least 15 employees. Under the Amendments, for purposes of harassment claims only, the law will apply to employers with at least one employee. Harassment, Employer Liability: The Amendments add harassment to the list of activities prohibited by FEPA and define harassment as including “harassment based on race, color, religion, ancestry or national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.” The Amendments also note that harassment “retains its judicially determined meaning, except to the extent it is expressly or impliedly changed” under the Amendments. The Amendments expand the definition of supervisor in harassment actions. They provide that, in a ha...

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Contract Law, Employment LawShow details

9 hours ago Employment. The Maryland Attorney General's Office is the largest and finest law firm in the State. The breadth of the work performed by the Office is vast and encompasses criminal investigations and prosecutions, securities and antitrust actions, environmental enforcement, civil litigation, appellate advocacy, and representation of the State of Maryland in virtually every …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Form Law, Criminal LawShow details

6 hours ago Maryland Employers: Get Ready For A Host Of New Employment Laws By Caroline Guensberg and Guy Brenner on May 26, 2020 Posted in Workplace Policies and Procedures During the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, the Maryland legislature passed over 600 pieces of legislation, many of which relate to employment issues.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

(410-919-2990

6 hours ago When: Friday, April 10, 12-4 p.m. Where: Free call-in hotline (410-919-2990) What: Smithey Law Group LLC, an Annapolis law practice focusing exclusively on employment law, will offer free legal advice on employment matters related to the …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

7 hours ago Maryland ranked in the top 20 states with the lowest unemployment rates at the end of 2016. At the same time, the state's employment rate gradually climbed in the last quarter of 2016, signaling a slow recovery for workers and employers from the Great Recession.. As workers continue to enter the workforce again, relationships with employers may still remain fragile.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

7 hours ago Heads Up: New Maryland Employment Laws Take Effect October 1. I hope everyone had an enjoyable and safe Labor Day weekend. For many of us, it’s back to work. And on that note, here is a rundown of several Maryland labor and employment laws set to go into effect October 1. Wage and Salary History Inquiries — Employers will soon be prohibited

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment Law, Labor LawShow details

Just Now If you believe your employer owes you $5,000 or less, you can file a case in small claims court for the unpaid wages. Small claims cases are heard by the District Court, and usually involve relatively simple court procedures. For an amount over $5,000, but under $30,000, you can file a claim in either District Court or Circuit Court.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

Just Now Maryland Carey Law is an institution of rich heritage with innovative programs and forward thinking perspective working to produce tomorrow's leaders. The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law was authorized by the Maryland legislature in 1813 and began regular instruction in 1824 and stands among five other professional schools on the University of …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: University LawShow details

8 hours ago Maryland’s New Workplace Harassment Laws Now in Effect. Independent contractors are now considered “employees” under Maryland’s revised workplace harassment law, the Fair Employment Practices Act. Newly expanded workplace harassment laws in Maryland went into effect Oct. 1, leaving employers with several compliance issues to consider.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Contract Law, Employment LawShow details

Just Now workplace rights programs and help in Baltimore, MD. Search 10 social services programs to assist you.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Services Law, Sea LawShow details

7 hours ago It has been a year of many difficult adjustments for all Maryland employers. A few more changes lie ahead, as new employment (and related) laws take effect October 1, 2020. The new laws include human relations protections, hate crime symbols, prohibitions on wage history inquiries, business relocations and layoffs, and use of artificial intelligence facial …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Business Law, Employment LawShow details

4 hours ago Maryland Employment Law. Maryland Employment Law, Second Edition is the first book to bring together and comprehensively explain three interwoven fields of employment law in Maryland - contracts, torts, and discrimination law. by Mazaroff, Stanley (Author) , Todd Horn (Author) Publisher: Michie.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Contract Law, Employment LawShow details

2 hours ago MCCR will also assist with securing an interpreter free of charge if one is requested in advance of your appointment with MCCR. Note: Maryland employment anti-discrimination law applies only to those employers with 15 or more employees. However, complaints alleging unlawful employment harassment can be filed against employers with 1 or more

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

8 hours ago Webinar: Complying with Maryland’s New Employment Laws. We will be holding a complimentary webinar on Friday, May 10, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern to explain further the obligations and requirements of these new laws, and to provide guidance on compliance. You may register for the webinar here.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

8 hours ago On October 1, 2020, a new Maryland law related to compensation will:. prohibit employers from requesting or relying on job applicants’ prior pay history to make decisions about employment or initial pay in most circumstances; and require an employer to provide an applicant, upon request, with the wage range for the job applied for.; The new law amends …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment Law, Labor LawShow details

4 hours ago Just a reminder: our free Employment Law Hotline is open today, as we have temporarily added Fridays from 9:30am-1 pm, in addition to Tuesdays 9:30 …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

6 hours ago Maryland has a ban the box law limiting inquiries into an applicant's criminal history. See Ban the Box. Employers must conduct background checks as a condition of employment for certain types of positions. See Mandatory Background Checks. Maryland law generally permits drug testing of applicants, subject to certain conditions. See Drug Testing.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Criminal Law, Employment LawShow details

9 hours ago French Help Directory. This is a listing of several free and low cost legal service providers in Maryland. We also have a page with resources for people looking for mediators, self-help centers, fee-based legal assistance, as well as a listing of non-legal social services providers. The State Law Library has a listing of the public law libraries in the state.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Services Law, Media LawShow details

6 hours ago 41 Employment Law Hotline Attorney jobs available on Indeed.com. Apply to Staff Attorney, Counsel, Attorney and more!

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment LawShow details

4 hours ago A & C Hotline Client Reviews of Attorneys & law firms from state of Maryland. Rate Waldorf's attorneys or make an appointment at 3200 Crain Hwy Waldorf, MD 20603

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Law CommonsShow details

(708) 357-3317

Just Now The National Law Review - National Law Forum LLC 4700 Gilbert Ave. Suite 47 #230 Western Springs, IL 60558 Telephone (708) 357-3317 or toll free (877) 357-3317. If you would ike to contact us via

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Contact Lawyer, Employment LawShow details

(708) 357-3317

6 hours ago The National Law Review - National Law Forum LLC 4700 Gilbert Ave. Suite 47 #230 Western Springs, IL 60558 Telephone (708) 357-3317 or toll free (877) 357-3317. If you would ike to contact us via

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Contact LawyerShow details

6 hours ago New Maryland laws governing the workplace will take effect on Oct. 1. These laws: Amend the state's Fair Employment Practices Act (FEPA) with respect to harassment claims and with respect to the

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment Law, Air LawShow details

8 hours ago The term “employee” in this policy means an individual who is a common law employee of the Employer. Employer. The term “Employer” in this policy entities that have been means the determined to constitute a single Applicable Large Employer for purposes of Section 4980H of the Affordable Care Act. 1 . Full-time employee.

Preview "PDF/Adobe Acrobat"

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Law CommonsShow details

4 hours ago The 2019 Maryland General Assembly session ended at midnight on Monday, April 8, with the passage of a number of bills of significance to employers, including minimum wage increases, expanded workplace harassment protections, new leave rights for organ donation, new restrictions on criminal background checks, new limitations on non-compete …

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Criminal Law, Employment LawShow details

9 hours ago 1 Answer Asked in Employment Law for Maryland on Aug 18, 2021. Q: Can an employer make you take a poly test for something missing off their property that has nothing with the business? Employer is threatening to fire if you do not do the poly test. Again what is missing has NOTHING to do with her business.

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Business Law, Employment LawShow details

7 hours ago If enacted into law, there is a sunset provision of ten years, after which the law will no longer be in effect. Webinar: Complying with Maryland’s New Employment Laws. We will be holding a complimentary webinar on Thursday, May 9, 2019 at 1 p.m. Eastern to explain further the obligations and requirements of these new laws, and to provide

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Employment Law, Labor LawShow details

2 hours ago A good way to choose the best and most reliable lawyer in the field of probate is to compare all the available law firms in your chosen location – usually near your place of residence – and select an expert who has good reviews and ratings from his previous clients. It generally applies that the more skilled an expert in probate is, the higher the costs are, but, on the other hand, the

Preview / Show more

Posted in: Law CommonsShow details

Filter Type: All Time Past 24 Hours Past Week Past monthFacebook Share Twitter Share LinkedIn Share Pinterest Share Reddit Share E-Mail Share

Please leave your comments here:

New Popular Law

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can i get free legal help in maryland?

The Maryland Courts Help Centers provides free limited legal services by phone (410) 260-1392 and Live Chat. For more information on the Maryland Center for Legal Assistance visit www.mdcla.org . © Legal Aid Bureau, Inc., (Maryland Legal Aid).

What are the laws for discrimination in the workplace in maryland?

Employers are required to have a complaint procedure in place and take prompt and reasonable efforts to remedy discrimination once it is known. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Maryland Commission on Human Relations are the federal and state agencies designated to enforce these laws.

What do you need to know about labor law in maryland?

The Section of Labor Law and the Public Awareness Committee of the Maryland State Bar Association have prepared this information. It is intended to inform the public and not serve as legal advice. Introduction The rights of employees working in Maryland are protected by federal, state and local laws, as well as by common law … Continued

What is the new maryland equal pay for equal work law?

The new law amends Maryland’s existing Equal Pay for Equal Work (EWEW) law. Its requirements, which will apply to all private, state, and local government employers in Maryland, add to existing provisions that set nondiscrimination and equal pay standards and prohibit employers from requiring employees to keep their pay information confidential.

Most Popular Search