FOREIGN SERVICE GRIEVANCE BOARD ORDERS REINSTATEMENT OF OFFICER REPRESENTED BY HANNON LAW GROUP

On June 27, 2019, the Foreign Service Grievance Board ordered the reinstatement of a Foreign Service Officer represented by Daniel S. Crowley and Karey L. Hart.    Read More
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HANNON LAW GROUP WINS DECISION AT D.C. OFFICE OF EMPLOYEE APPEALS ON THE DISTRICT PERSONNEL MANUAL’S 90-DAY RULE

The D.C. Office of Employee Appeals recently issued its first decision reversing a District government employee’s termination for the agency’s violation of the 90-day rule found in Chapter 16 of the District Personnel Manual.  Read More
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HLG WINS GRIEVANCE ON D.C. EMPLOYEE INCIDENT REPORTING

HLG WINS GRIEVANCE ON D.C. EMPLOYEE INCIDENT REPORTING Four District of Columbia employees, represented by J. Scott Hagood and Talon R. Hurst, grieved their 9 day suspensions for making false statements in their Incident Reports.  Read More
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FOP/DOC FINDS A NEW HOME

FOP/DOC FINDS A NEW HOME

HANNON LAW GROUP, LLP, is pleased to convey our congratulations to the Fraternal Order of Police, Department of Corrections Labor Committee (“FOP/DOC”) on their new offices. On September 6, 2018, the FOP/DOC held a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted… Read More
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Unionizing and Concerted…

Unionizing and Concerted Activity in the Private Sector

 Labor union participation has declined drastically since the 1970s.  From so-called “right to work” laws to outspoken political opposition, the labor market has grown increasingly hostile to unionization—and none more so than the private sec… Read More
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Changes may be coming to dues collection of public sector unions in D.C

The Supreme Court announced in late September that it will revisit a previous holding that public sector unions may collect service fees from non-union employees for collective bargaining, monitoring the collective bargaining agreement, and filing gr… Read More
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An Update on Virginia Employment Law

  Governor McAuliffe goes back to the very beginning. Executive orders have dominated the recent news cycle.  Although presidential orders tend to receive the most publicity, especially as of late, governors across the country also wield this poli… Read More
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Maryland Strengthens Equal Pay Laws

Maryland’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act went into effect on October 1, 2016. The Act targets Maryland’s gender wage gap, already one of the country’s smallest, and extends to disparities based on gender identity as well as sex. Read More
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New D.C. Law Would Prohibit Employers from Using Credit Information

The Fair Credit in Employment Amendment Act of 2016 prohibits covered employers from discriminating against current or prospective employees based on credit information. It also prohibits them from requesting, obtaining, or using credit information. Read More
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Hannon Law Group Wins Reinstatement, Back Pay, for Federal Prosecutor After Seven Years

A federal prosecutor represented by J. Michael Hannon has been reinstated with full back pay and benefits after proving the Department of Justice wrongly revoked his security clearance and removed him from his position as an Assistant United States A… Read More
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