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20 Aug
Construction Defect Litigation

Did a Construction Defect Cause My Property Damage?

by Whitfield Bryson & Mason | Class Action|Construction Defect | Share

Construction defect litigation has been on the rise for the past several years and remains on an upswing. This is due, in part, to the estimated $1.3 trillion spent in 2018 alone on private and public construction projects. In fact, hiring a contractor to perform work on your home is something countless people do each…

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13 Aug
TCPA Violations

Automated Text Messages and TCPA Violations

by Whitfield Bryson & Mason | TCPA | Share

As smartphones become more pervasive each day, it’s increasingly common for businesses to communicate with employees or customers via text message; however, texting to communicate can expose a business to substantial penalties under federal law. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was enacted in 1991 to protect consumers from unsolicited automated calls, texts, and faxes….

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05 Aug
long-term care insurance

Long-Term Care Insurance Lawsuits

by Whitfield Bryson & Mason | Bad Faith Insurance | Share

Perhaps you or a loved one decided to pay for long-term care insurance (LTC), which would allow for financial support in the event of needed care in your later years and protect your personal assets. Long-term care insurance helps pay for extended medical care to people who need help with the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs),…

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31 Jul
Auto-Deducting Unpaid Meal Breaks

Can Auto-Deducting Meals Create an FLSA Wage and Hour Violation?

by Whitfield Bryson & Mason | Wage & Hour | Share

Technology and automation can be lifesavers as far as increasing a business’s efficiency; however, sometimes doing things automatically can have dire consequences. One such practice is the auto-deducting of employees’ unpaid meal breaks from their pay. Many companies set up this auto-deduction for administrative ease and to avoid the necessity of tracking employees clocking in…

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John Whitfield has been significant in his management of a suit involving the death of my son in a motorcycle accident. His professionalism, compassion, support, and especially his knowledge base in this suit has been above reproach. He has communicated well and kept all parties apprised of the status of the suit. I feel he negotiated effectively to reach the best possible settlement for my son's estate. He certainly assures his clients are represented well. I am grateful for his successfully bringing this suit to a satisfactory conclusion. In short, John's expertise has been awesome.

Guy Lossing
Lincoln, Nebraska

I am very grateful to Gary Mason for taking the initiative in filing suit against the manufacturers of defective CSST pipe. I am sure that this successful litigation will now help Maryland homeowners become aware of the danger of old style CSST pipe and to let them know what steps they may take to protect themselves against those dangers. Who knows how many lives and homes may be saved as a result of his efforts. Thank you Gary Mason for your important work in this litigation. I enjoyed working with him on this effort.

George Laufert
Cambridge, Maryland
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