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Ken C. GauveyPersonal Injury Attorney

When Can You Sue for Unpaid Wages in Maryland?

Employees have the right to be treated fairly and respectfully by their employers. Workers also have the right to raise their voice when mistreated or discriminated. As an employee, you are entitled to receive your agreed-upon wages for your performance in the...

How to Prepare for Wrongful Termination Cases in Maryland

Maryland, like many other states throughout the nation, is an “at-will” employment state. This means an employee can get fired by their employer, or the employee can resign, for any reason or no reason at all. Unless otherwise established in an employment...

The Difference Between Divorce and Legal Separation in Maryland

A divorce or separation is a stressful and burdensome process for everyone involved. Spouses must resolve issues like how to divide all the property they amassed during the marriage, determine who gets to live in the marital home, and decide who will gain custody of...

Recent Wage and Hour Dispute Shows Importance of Record Keeping

A recent case from October 19, 2017, illustrates the necessity of maintaining clear records in FLSA matters. The Disc Jockey (DJ) in a club in Tampa, Florida sued Emperors Tampa, Inc. under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), seeking overtime wages. The club...

What are the Pros and Cons of the DOL Fiduciary Rule in Maryland?

If you work in the financial services industry or give financial advising for 401k and other retirement investments, you likely have come across the new Department of Labor fiduciary rule. While this rule may make your job harder and increase the rules and...
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