NLRB issues memo on illegal employee social media policies
The National Labor Relations Board on May 30 issued a memorandum from its acting general counsel, giving detailed examples of company social media policies that the NLRB may find to interfere with protected employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act. The memorandum can be downloaded here.
The Appellate Court of Maryland Clarifies State Corporate Law in Mekhaya v. Eastland Food Corporation
The Appellate Court of Maryland, in its recent decision in Mekhaya v. Eastland Food Corporation, brought Maryland law in line with the corporate laws of...
A New Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program Takes Effect in Maryland
A new law taking effect in Maryland this year requires many employers in the state to offer paid family and medical leave benefits to their employees. The...