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In the last couple of weeks, I helped a client settle an age discrimination complaint by an ex-employee for $600.00 at a state’s human rights’ agency. I don’t want to be too specific about the details due to confidentiality & ethical concerns. The complaint was baseless. The...
Charles Krugel provided our organization with highly effective legal advice. Chuck understands not only how the legal systems works, but also the particulars of smaller non profits that may not deal with employment issues often. Not only did he resolve our case satisfactorily, but he was always...
The Maryland Bar Exam is coming around the corner once again for July 2011. You know what this means? Lots of traffic for this blog from people looking for information - any information - on the July exam. Folks, I...The Maryland Bar Exam is coming around the corner once again for July 2011. You...
The general statute of limitations in Maryland is three years, as set forth in Maryland Courts and Judicial Proceedings § 5-101. This is the "default" statute of limitations that applies unless another limitations period is applicable. Master Fin., Inc. v....The general statute of limitations in...
I Win a Case for a Client in Federal Court in Chicago & Reach Very Favorable Terms for Another Client Before the NLRB
This June, I won a summary judgment (i.e., dismissal) motion in federal court in Chicago. This case involved a client’s ex-employee who was allegedly fired in violation of their constitutional rights. My client, a social services agency in Chicago, was alleged to have acted in concert and as an arm...