Thatcher Law Firm
301-850-1246
Click Here to Email the Firm

December 2013 Archives

Suit claims boss made employee sign agreement on harassment

A recently filed gender discrimination lawsuit alleges that a woman’s boss forced her to sign an agreement that falsely stated that she participated willingly in inappropriate office conduct and that her boss conducted an investigation that did not actually take place.

Holiday season brings reminders of minimum wage realities

In our last post we discussed the issue of the federal and state minimum wages in Washington D.C., and Maryland. As we noted, local counties and the District of Columbia have supported efforts to raise the minimum wage to a higher level that labor advocates believe will make it much more livable for those who depend on it.

Minimum wage to rise in D.C.

Following the actions of lawmakers in Prince George and Montgomery counties, local lawmakers on the Washington, D.C. city council have voted to raise the minimum wage well above the federally mandated $7.25. The measure to raise the minimum wage to $11.50 still must face a final vote and must be signed by the mayor before it becomes law. It is likely to be finalized early next year, despite statements by the mayor that he would prefer a smaller increase.

  • Washingtonian Top Lawyers
  • Best Washingtonian 2015
  • Top Lawyers 2013
  • Washingtonian Top Lawyers 2011
  • The Washingtonian | Washington's Top Lawyers 2009
  • Washingtonian Top Lawyers
  • AV Preeminent

Thatcher Law Firm
7849 Belle Point Drive
Greenbelt, MD 20770

Toll Free: 866-604-3882
Phone: 301-850-1246
Fax: 301-441-9602
Map & Directions