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Can In-House Counsel Use Client Information to Support her Discrimination Claims against her Employer?

USA - August 12 2019 Judge Jesse M. Furman of the Southern District of New York ruled on July 11, 2019, that Jennifer Fischman, former Acting General Counsel and Chief...

Employee-Friendly Changes to Maryland Law to go into Effect on October 1, 2019

USA - July 16 2019 At the end of its most recent legislative session, the Maryland General Assembly passed a suite of bills aimed at promoting gender diversity and...

State of the States: Wage and Employment Law in the DMV

USA - May 9 2019 Maryland and the District of Columbia have some of the most progressive employment laws in the country, offering protections and remedies beyond...

Military Cannot Discriminate Against HIV-Positive Servicemembers, Court Rules

USA - April 2 2019 LGBTQ advocates recently won a major victory in a lawsuit challenging discrimination in the military on the basis of HIV status. On February 15...

New Study Confirms Efficacy of SOX-Mandated Internal Whistleblower Systems

USA - February 19 2019 Late last year, financial researchers Stephen Stubben and Kyle Welch published a first-of-its kind study analyzing the use of internal whistleblowing...