has been a litigation partner at Shawe Rosenthal since 1995. Her chief areas of expertise are: discrimination, harassment and retaliation; employment audits; employment, non-compete/non-solicit, confidentiality and severance agreements; employment litigation, including complex class and collective actions; FMLA/ADA/workers’ compensation leave management; human resources advice and counsel; independent contractor issues; personnel policies, procedures and handbooks; training; unfair competition, restrictive covenants and trade secrets litigation; and wage and hour compliance and litigation. Elizabeth is a member of the American Bar Association (Labor and Employment and Litigation sections), the Maryland Bar Association (Labor and Employment Section) and the Maryland Chamber of Commerce (General Counsel and former co-chair of the Labor & Employment Committee).
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