Anne Arundel County, Maryland Employment Lawyers
Attorney Cedulie Laumann is the managing attorney of small law firm in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. The firm accepts clients in real estate, small business, guardianship and civil litigation matters. She enjoys helping clients reach positive solutions to their legal needs. Whether a client needs a simple deed transfer or representation in a "high stakes" lawsuit, quality representation should keep the client's unique needs in mind. Her firm employs innovative "flat fee" billing arrangements and fee options outside the traditional hourly based approach. "Legal Answers & Representation Relevant to YOUR needs!"
Joyce Smithey leads Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC's labor and employment practice. In 2017, Ms. Smithey was once again selected for inclusion as a Maryland Super Lawyer in the area of Labor and Employment Law. Ms. Smithey was named among Maryland's Top 50 Women Attorneys, as published in Baltimore Magazine. Ms. Smithey regularly advises employers and employees on all matters relating to employment law, including: - Discrimination, including race, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, family responsibilities, and religion - Sexual harassment - Retaliation and reprisal - Claims prevention, including drafting employee handbooks and providing on-site training sessions to managers and employees on employment...
Maryland Employment Law Lawyer with 25 years experience
Columbia Law SchoolMaryland, United States District Court for the District of Maryland, 4th Circuit, New York, United State District Court for the Southern District of New York, United States District Court for the Northern District of...View Profile
Maryland Employment Law Attorney with 12 years experience
Western Michigan University Cooley Law School and University of Illinois College of LawCourt of Appeals for Washington, D.C. and MarylandView Profile
My passion has always been to help people. To this end, I focus my practice on mediation, family law, and labor and employment law (including Federal employment law). Acting as a mediator, I help parties resolve their disputes amicably without extensive litigation. However, mediation is not always the best method for everyone. In those instances, I provide legal representation. My goal is to help people resolve their disputes through mediation or litigation, whichever is appropriate.
Before starting her solo practice in Rockville, Maryland, Ms. Whitfield represented federal sector employees with a variety of labor and employment law issues. Since starting her practice in 2006, Ms. Whitfield has expanded her areas of practice to include Maryland unemployment and wage & hour cases, federal sector workers compensation, and domestic litigation.