Maryland Bans Non-Compete Agreements for Low Wage Workers


In 2016, President Obama released a “Call to Action” encouraging state legislatures to take a hard look at non-compete reform.
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No-poach Agreements Continue to Take Center Stage in 2019


‘No-poach’ agreements between businesses not to compete with each other for employees have long been held unlawful under Section 1 of the Sherman Antitrust Act, which prohibits certain restraints on trade and competition.
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Law360: The NLRB's Mixed Messages About Chain Of Command Rules


If you are a government contractor, one of the last things you want to see is your customer getting embroiled in the workplace problems of your employees.
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Three Significant New Maryland Laws That Could Impact Your Workforce


Coming out of the 2019 legislative session, the Maryland General Assembly passed several new bills that will impact employers in Maryland.
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Public Work Contractors Should Check Their Payroll, Then Check It Twice…


Maryland “public work” contractors and subcontractors better be checking their payroll, and then checking it twice, because Senate Bill (“SB”) 300 just came to town!
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