Unemployment Workers Union Files Amended Class Action ComplaintsThe Unemployed Workers Union filed an amended complaint Wednesday for the thousands of Marylanders who are still locked out of their accounts or haven't yet received their unemployment benefits.
‘It’s Devastating’ | Demonstrators Demand Gov. Hogan Continue Federal Unemployment Benefits; Court Hearing Scheduled For FridayA group of protestors have gathered outside Maryland's Department of Labor building Tuesday demanding Gov. Larry Hogan drop his legal challenges against the federal unemployment benefits.
Maryland Court Of Appeals Upholds Temporary Restraining Order Keeping Federal Unemployment Benefits In PlaceMaryland's top court upheld a 10-day temporary restraining order that allows for unemployed residents to continue to receive federal unemployment benefits through at least July 13 unless it's renewed or extended.
Judge To Issue Decision On Federal Unemployment Benefits Class Action Lawsuit Hours Before Benefits ExpireJudge Fletcher Hill announced Friday that he will issue a written decision by 10 a.m. Saturday. The benefits expire Saturday at 11:59 p.m.
Lawsuit Filed Against Md. High School, Teacher Accused Of Sex AbuseA class action lawsuit has been filed against a Maryland private high school and a former teacher after the teacher was arrested on charges related to an inappropriate relationship with a student.
Patients Sue Kaiser Permanente, Allege Doctor Assaulted ThemA class-action lawsuit has been filed in Maryland on behalf of women who allege that a former Kaiser Permanente doctor sexually assaulted them.
Supreme Court Sides With Wal-Mart In Discrimination LawsuitThe Supreme Court sides with Wal-Mart, the nation's largest employer, in a class action lawsuit launched by women who work there. The ruling could set a precedent for all big companies.
Lawsuit Against Perdue To Be Heard In Md.A lawsuit accusing managers at Perdue Inc. of driving down wages by hiring illegal immigrants will now be heard in Maryland and not in Alabama.