The WEEKLY WRIGHT REPORT (WWR)
The Weekly Wright Report offers summaries of current cases on issues facing businesses today. Written by WCS attorneys in many practice areas (Labor & Employment, Government Contracting, Litigation, Construction, Surety & Fidelity, Creditors’ Rights), the WWR can be accessed in three ways: on the firm’s Linked In page, the firm’s website and delivered directly to your inbox each Monday morning. If you would like to be on our mailing list, simply sign up using the form on the right side of this page.
The Weekly Wright Report – 9-25-2017www.wcslaw.com/wright-report/WWR_9-25-17.pdf
- Contract Law – Contractual Statutes of Limitations: Are They Enforceable? Ask Jason at email@example.com
- Government Contracts – Termination Costs Assessed Against Government in “Termination for Convenience” Case Ask Don firstname.lastname@example.org
- Labor Law – No Recording Policies – Ask Laura email@example.com or Paul firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Employment Law – Pending Fair Labor Standards Act Legislation – Ask Laura email@example.com
The Weekly Wright Report – 9-18-2017
- Immigration Law – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals: What this Means for Individuals and Employers Ask firstname.lastname@example.org
The Weekly Wright Report – 9-11-2017
- Employment Law - Breaking News: Special Tax Relief Available for Donations of Employee Leave Ask Mary Alice at email@example.com
- FLSA White Collar Rule is Currently Dead. Will it be Revived? Ask Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Top 5 Contributors to Employee Satisfaction – SHRM report, 2017 Ask Laura at email@example.com
- Government Contracting Tidbits – Ask Don at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Weekly Wright Report – 9-04-2017
- Employment Law – Fired for Being “Too Cute” Ask Laura at email@example.com
- Government Contracting – Fearing a Government Shut Down? 5 Tips To Prepare . Ask Don at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Employment Law – Suspended Deadline for New EEO-1 Reports Ask Laura at email@example.com.
The Weekly Wright Report – 8-28-2017
- Labor Law – Leveraging “Sext” Messages to Maintain Employment? Not so Fast… Ask Laura firstname.lastname@example.org or Paul email@example.com.
- Government Contracting – A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words…or a Thousand Rocks. Ask Don firstname.lastname@example.org or Steve email@example.com
- Employment Law – Discrimination Alleged by New Fathers over Paternal Leave. Ask Don firstname.lastname@example.org or Steve email@example.com
The Weekly Wright Report – 8-14-2017
- Family Law – Maryland Courts Recognize De Facto Parents Ask Michelle Gomola at 410-659-1335 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Employee Benefits – Help With Student Loans – A New Benefit to Offer Employees? Ask Don Walsh at dwalsh@wcslaw.
- Employment Law & Workplace Accommodations – Can a Request to Telecommute be Denied? Ask Laura Rubenstein at email@example.com or Paul Evelius at firstname.lastname@example.org
– Laura L. Rubenstein is a partner at Wright, Constable & Skeen in the firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group. Her practice concentrates in advising clients in many different areas of workplace law. She represents businesses and nonprofit organizations in a wide range of matters, including providing guidance on sensitive and confidential employment issues and defending FLSA wage disputes, harassment, discrimination and retaliation claims. Read more >>
– Mike Stover has been practicing law for 25 years in the surety and construction law field. He is AV preeminent™ rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, and has been repeatedly selected as a Maryland Super Lawyer® and Maryland Best Lawyer®. He has authored numerous papers, articles and book chapters on surety law issues and has given presentations at ABA/FSLC Mid-Winter and Spring Meetings, the Surety Claims Institute and the Northeast Surety and Fidelity Claims Conference. Mike is a co-founder, officer and member of the board of directors of the Philadelphia Surety Claims Association and is a Vice Chair of the ABA/FSLC. Read more >>
– Steve prides himself on being a “one-stop-shop” for his clients. As head of the firm’s healthcare department, he helps physicians, dentists and veterinarians with all aspects of their professional and personal legal needs, including employment and partnership contracts, separation agreements, financing, lawsuits, disciplinary proceedings, buying, selling or starting a practice, billing and employment disputes, and insurance and government investigations. He has extensive experience with business transactions and litigation, real estate purchases and leases, employment issues and commercial disputes. Read more >>