Most Common Questions about Employment Law

November 5, 2015

Do I have a case that you would handle? Each day, someone at our law firm fields “intake” calls from prospective clients.  Generally that person is a paralegal or legal assistant who has been trained to ask certain questions in order to determine who should come in for a lengthy consolation and who shouldn’t. Most […]

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Unemployment Benefits: What you don’t know can cost you a bundle!

May 4, 2015

TIPS ABOUT UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS: It is embarrassing and painful to be terminated from employment whether you have had a job for two months of 10 years. Even worse and adding to the shame you are feeling is having to apply for unemployment benefits. You are worried about how you are going to pay your bills […]

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Singleton Law Group named among Best Employment Law Firms in America by U.S. New & World Reports

Every year beginning well over ten years ago, the Singleton Law Group has not only been named to Best Lawyers in America but also among the Best Law Firms in America by U.S. New & World Reports.  This is in addition to being named to SuperLawyers for Maryland .

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John Singleton Included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015

January 23, 2015

We are happy to announce that John Singleton of The Singleton Law Group has been once again included in The Best Lawyers in America list for 2015. It is the 8th year in a row that our practice has been recognized as one of the leading Maryland law firms. The Best Lawyers in America is […]

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Our Top 5 Awards and Achievements Explained

December 15, 2014

After serving as a Maryland labor and employment lawyer for over 30 years, John Singleton and The Singleton Law Group have earned numerous awards and tokens of recognition both on the local and national levels. Below are some of our most prominent achievements and what they mean to us and to you, as someone looking […]

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4 Things You Need to Know About Sexual Harassment at Work

October 15, 2014

Sexual harassment can happen anywhere, but workplace sexual harassment is one of the most common scenarios. We’ve all heard about the Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky case, as well as the more recent sexual harassment scandal at the Department of Homeland Security. However, what you might not know is that harassment doesn’t have to be […]

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Understanding Maryland Overtime Laws

October 1, 2014

Working overtime can be exhausting and often unrewarding. But it doesn’t always have to be. Sometimes, your employer might be violating the law by requiring you to work overtime or refusing to pay for overtime at all or at an increased rate. Overtime is regulated on the federal level by the Fair Labor Standards Act […]

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Forms and Types of Workplace Discrimination

September 30, 2014

Unfortunately, discrimination is a apart of our lives. Not everyone is treated with equal respect or given equal opportunities in the same situations. The workplace is one of those areas where discrimination is a common occurrence. While employers keep inventing new loopholes to avoid being caught in the act, it’s still possible for employees to […]

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2014 Super Lawyers List

August 4, 2014

John Singleton is proud to have been selected for the 2014 Super Lawyers list.  He will be included in the 2014 Super Lawyers Business Edition. This listing highlights lawyers who have mastered skills in the following business-related practice groups: Business and Transactions Construction, Real Estate and Environmental Employment Intellectual Property Business Litigation This publication will […]

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Protecting Your Labor Union From Employers

May 28, 2014

The labor union is one of America’s most important institutions. It has been well documented that workers who are represented by labor unions enjoy greater pay and benefits than non-represented workers. The Labor Movement arose due to worker dissatisfaction with working conditions after the Great Depression. Over the years, the number of workers still represented […]

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