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What’s Required to Prove Discrimination in the Workplace?

To prove workplace discrimination, you must establish that (i) you are a member of a protected class, (ii) your employer is covered by the law that your claim is based on, and (iii) you suffered either “disparate treatment” or “disparate...

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What Behaviors are Considered Criteria for a Hostile Work Environment?

A hostile work environment claim is a workplace discrimination claim under both Maryland and federal law. The complainant must prove (i) discrimination based on race, gender, sexual orientation, ancestry, national origin, color, religion, pregnancy, age, or disability and (ii) the...

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Can I Sue My Employer For Unpaid Wages?

Both federal law and Maryland state law allows employees to file lawsuits, administrative complaints, or liens for unpaid wages. This right includes claims for regular wages and benefits and, if applicable, overtime wages. State and federal law also establishes minimum...

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