We educate our clients and their managers on the latest developments in labor and employment law and best practices.

All management and supervisory employees, from the executive office to the front line, must understand and effectively implement employment and labor laws and best practices. Failure to do so can lead to substantial liability for personnel-related claims. Management must not only comply with relevant labor and employment laws, but also learn to recognize and adequately respond to potential claims. Many times appropriate supervisor training also provides for a consistent, and therefore more efficient, management direction.

Often employment-related claims arise when a manager fails to recognize or effectively address an employment or labor issue. Without appropriate training, first-line supervisors may inadvertently violate the law, create a scenario that makes a legal claim difficult to defend or simply fail to direct a situation to the appropriate company official to handle. Likewise, upper level management must understand employment and labor laws and best practices in order to develop effective policy, guide decision-making processes and provide guidance and support to subordinate management employees.

Our attorneys provide a wide array of training on such issues as anti-harassment, discrimination and retaliation, disability law accommodation and medical inquiry issues, effective documentation of personnel matters, record-keeping and wage and hour issues. We provide on-site or off-site group and individual trainings tailored to address each client’s particular need. We educate our clients and their managers on the latest developments in labor and employment law and the best practices. Our presentations are designed to create a positive and many times interactive experience for participants.


Best Lawyers – Best Law Firms – 2020 - McGuire Moore, LLC

Metropolitan Tier 1 - Baltimore - Employment Law – Management

Recognized by SuperLawyers 2014-2018

U.S. News and World Report – Best Law Firms – 2014-2019

Employment Law – Management (Baltimore Metropolitan Area)