When you take a vehicle to a Washington D.C. area car dealer and ask for a valuation, you expect tires to be kicked and mileage to be examined, among other things. A similar kind of evaluation takes place when you go into an employment law attorney’s office to discuss a potential claim against an employer.
Thurgood Marshall possessed one of the greatest legal minds ever. The Maryland native won 29 of his 32 Supreme Court cases, including the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision of 1954. He later served as the first African-American justice on the nation’s highest court.
Regular readers might well recall that we not long ago wrote about the kinds of discrimination workers are protected from in Maryland. We noted that workers can’t be discriminated against on the basis of gender, race, age, religion and sexual orientation, among other things.
Allegations involving workplace sexual harassment can be very upsetting for both the employer and the employee. These are situations that must be taken seriously and handled appropriately so that the rights of all parties are protected.