Kollman & Saucier: Saucier Peter S - Lutherville-timonium, Maryland 21093

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1823 York Road , Lutherville-Timonium , Maryland 21093

(410) 727-4300








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Legal assistance and resources for human resource management. Baltimore Maryland employer lawyers.

Management labor and employment law firm.

Baltimore employer lawyers. Maryland employer, HR law.

Kollman & Saucier: Saucier Peter S is located in the Lutherville-Timonium area of Maryland. There are at least 16 other listings in the 21093 postcode area.

Lawyers in Maryland 21093

Number of Employees: 11-50

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Court Dismisses Grumpy Hospital Clerk’s Claim of Age Discrimination https://t.co/8yuzUuNuLk
Tue Mar 13 19:55:16 +0000 2018
Oh God: Sixth Circuit Reverses Funeral Home Win Over Transgender Employee https://t.co/3OfcIcrv1G
Fri Mar 09 11:48:48 +0000 2018
No Serious Health Condition? No FMLA Protection, says Eighth Circuit https://t.co/sFsbenbN7T
Wed Mar 07 20:54:05 +0000 2018
What Not to Say to a Pregnant Job Applicant https://t.co/H6OzQDS2Fj
Mon Mar 05 11:19:56 +0000 2018
Appeals Court Rules Sexual Orientation Discrimination Prohibited By Title VII https://t.co/3oC3cDOdst
Wed Feb 28 23:14:22 +0000 2018
U.S. House Votes To Amend ADA’s Public Accommodations Requirements https://t.co/FHf96UFVje
Wed Feb 21 18:32:04 +0000 2018
BREAKING: Supreme Court holds in Digital Realty Trust, Inc. v. Somers that Dodd-Frank anti-retaliation provision on… https://t.co/mtR2E6fSp3
Wed Feb 21 16:02:42 +0000 2018
FLSA Tip Regulations Facing Repeal By DOL https://t.co/dNYVPJZem0
Fri Feb 16 16:55:52 +0000 2018
K & S Model Maryland Healthy Working Families Act (MHWFA) Notice https://t.co/fuGKglKvpz
Wed Feb 14 16:26:30 +0000 2018
Ninth Circuit Finds Termination Based on Extramarital Affair Unlawful https://t.co/3Zaad9WrIs
Tue Feb 13 23:16:51 +0000 2018

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North Carolina Enacts The Most Sweeping #Anti-LGBT Law In The Country http://www.kollmanlaw.com/legislative-developments/north-carolina-enacts-the-most-sweeping-anti-lgbt-law-in-the-country/
3/27/2016 4:27:58 PM

The Final #Persuader Rule Is Here, For Now. http://www.kollmanlaw.com/labor-law/the-final-persuader-rule-is-here-for-now/
3/24/2016 7:49:43 PM

Economic Realities May Make HR Manager Liable for FMLA Violation http://www.kollmanlaw.com/fmla/economic-realities-may-make-hr-manager-liable-for-fmla-violation/
3/22/2016 7:43:35 PM

Continuing a trend that started several years ago, an NLRB Administrative Law Judge found that an employer violated the National Labor Relations Act by disciplining an employee for social media posts. This time the guilty party was a Chipotle restaurant. In Chipotle Services LLC, a disgruntled employee took to Twitter to vent his frustrations over working conditions. Two of his tweets concerned “snow days” and crew members’ hourly wages. [ 305 more words. ] http://www.kollmanlaw.com/labor-law/more-woes-for-chipotle-nlrb-judge-rules-employee-tweets-are-protected-activity/
3/17/2016 10:03:51 PM

Most lawyers are familiar with the concepts of res judicata and collateral estoppel. While infrequently litigated (due, in part, to the significant costs of taking many business cases through trial), occasions do arise where litigants sometimes try their hand in a second forum. This may be done because the litigants feel that another forum may be more advantageous, additional discovery would be available, or for a host of other reasons. [ 301 more words. ] http://www.kollmanlaw.com/litigation/state-court-loss-bars-federal-court-claims/
3/16/2016 10:02:03 PM

The United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia recently ruled that a Verizon employee who alleged his employer denied him leave under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and then fired him can pursue his state law claim for retaliatory discharge. In Vandevander v. Verizon Wireless, LLC, No. 3: 15-cv-11540 (S.D.W.Va., March 7, 2016), the federal district court denied Verizon’s motion to dismiss, finding that the state claim was not preempted by the FMLA. [ 280 more words. ] http://www.kollmanlaw.com/disability-leave/verizon-cant-place-state-retaliatory-discharge-claim-on-hold/
3/11/2016 9:48:52 PM

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has ruled that a plaintiff asserting a disability discrimination claim under the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") must show that her disability was the “but for” cause of her termination. Gentry v. East West Partners Club Mgmt. Co., Inc., No. 14-2382 (4th Cir., March 4, 2016). In upholding a “but for” jury instruction, the Fourth Circuit held that this heightened causation standard applies to claims under the ADA. [ 331 more words. ] http://www.kollmanlaw.com/employment-discrimination/fourth-circuit-applies-more-stringent-but-for-standard-in-ada-cases/
3/9/2016 5:48:35 PM

Hands off the remote. Last Thursday, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) took control, ruling that Dish Network must revise its solicitation policy to allow workers to engage in concerted activity in work areas during non-work times. Dish Network, LLC, Case 27-CA-131084 (March 3, 2016). The NLRB affirmed an administrative law judge’s ruling that Dish Network’s policy seemed likely to suppress workers’ protected activities. [ 296 more words. ] http://www.kollmanlaw.com/labor-law/employers-cant-press-mute-on-employee-solicitations-at-work-nlrb-says/
3/7/2016 8:14:32 PM

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed two lawsuits claiming that the plaintiffs were discriminated against because of sexual orientation. These are the first cases the EEOC has filed with Title VII claims based on sexual orientation. One of the lawsuits, EEOC v. Pallett Cos, No. 16-595, was filed in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. [ 468 more words. ] http://www.kollmanlaw.com/employment-discrimination/eeoc-files-its-first-sexual-orientation-discrimination-lawsuits/
3/3/2016 11:50:07 PM

The Maryland General Assembly’s House Economic Matters Committee is consideriing House Bill 740, which would establish a Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program in Maryland. The program would provide up to twelve weeks of paid leave ($50 to $1,000 per week, with the maximum tied to inflation) to an employee taking unpaid or partially paid leave for the following reasons: [ 408 more words. ] http://www.kollmanlaw.com/state-law/maryland-considering-family-and-medical-leave-insurance-program/
3/1/2016 10:33:12 PM

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