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  • Maryland Court of Appeals Holds That Security Guard Companies Cannot be Held Strictly Liable for the Wrongful Acts of their Employees

    On March 2, 2015, the Maryland Court of Appeals in Antonio v. SSA Security, Inc. (Misc. No. 1, September Term, 2014), held that the Maryland Security Guards Act, Md. Code Bus. Occ. & Prof § 19-501, does not impose strict liability or otherwise expand vicarious liability for the employees of Maryland security guards. In Antonio, [...]

  • Tina Maiolo Presents H1-B Webinar: “How to Beat the Odds”

    The April 1, 2015, deadline for H-1B visa petitions is quickly approaching!  Have you started the process?  Have you requested your Prevailing Wage Determination?  Do you have your documents in order?  Do you know the fees? If you missed the webinar on February 25, 2015, please click here for access to the recorded webinar. If [...]

  • New Year, New Employment Laws

    With the start of the New Year, employers should resolve to take action to ensure that employment policies and practices are in compliance with recently enacted and revised laws.  In addition to federal laws such as OSHA that impact employers across the nation, District of Columbia employers are now subject to (or soon will be [...]

  • Sarah Bagley Elected as a Member of the Firm

    Carr Maloney P.C. is pleased to announce that Sarah Bagley has been elected as a Member of the firm. Sarah defends clients in a broad range of complex civil litigation matters in the state and federal courts of Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. She is experienced in cases involving toxic torts, professional malpractice, [...]

  • Tina Maiolo to Present H1-B Webinar: “How to Beat the Odds”

    The April 1, 2015, deadline for H-1B visa petitions is quickly approaching!  Have you started the process?  Have you requested your Prevailing Wage Determination?  Do you have your documents in order?  Do you know the fees? The H-1B Non-Immigrant Visa allows U.S. companies to employ a foreign national for up to six (6) years in [...]

  • Mariana Bravo Appointed to Serve as the Hispanic National Bar Association Regional President

    Carr Maloney is pleased to announce that Mariana Bravo was appointed to serve as the Hispanic National Bar Association Regional President for the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia and will serve on the HNBA’s Board of Governors.