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Greg Grant presents at annual conference for National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors of Maryland

June 12, 2018

On June 12, Greg Grant presented “What’s New In Maryland Employment Law!” at the 2018 Annual Conference for the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors of Maryland. NAIFA’s annual meeting was held at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium conference center in Annapolis.

Greg spoke on two recent laws passed by the Maryland legislature that impact all Maryland businesses: The Healthy Working Families Act and the Disclosing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Act of 2018. Both laws apply, at least in part, to all businesses that employ individuals in Maryland, regardless of their size.

The Healthy Working Families Act, which went into effect on February 11, 2018, already requires all Maryland employers to provide applicable employees with sick and safe leave (whether paid or unpaid). The Disclosing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Act set to go into effect on October 1, 2018, precludes all Maryland employers from using waivers or otherwise restricting an employee’s right to pursue sexual harassment claims. This new law will also subject larger employers to new disclosure and reporting requirements regarding sexual harassment claims, settlements and the confidentiality of those settlements.

Greg Grant is Chair of Shulman Rogers’ Employment & Labor Practice. For over 25 years, Greg has successfully represented businesses and associations of all sizes and interests, as well as numerous C-Suite executives, developing and guiding their employment-related “best practices” or protecting their legal rights, interests and assets – whether through negotiation, administrative proceedings, litigation or arbitration. Greg regularly speaks on employment topics and has contributed to the Wall Street Journal, U.S. News and World Report, HR Magazine and HR Wire, among other publications, sharing his opinions, experience and insight on an array of employment-related issues.

More information on the conference is available through NAIFA’s website.