Hyatt & Weber Welcomes Attorney Scott D. Forney

Hyatt & Weber, P.A. is pleased to welcome attorney Scott D. Forney to the firm’s Insurance Coverage and Business practices. As part of the Insurance Coverage practice, Scott assists clients with homeowners’ policies, insurance coverage issues of medical professionals, construction projects, employment discrimination and auto policies, among others. In the Business practice, Scott works with […]

Welcome Aboard! New Attorneys at Hyatt & Weber

Hyatt & Weber is pleased to welcome three esteemed attorneys to our team. With these additions, we have more attorneys versed in over a dozen practice areas to meet all your personal and business needs. Meet the new faces ready to take on your case: Amitis Darabnia Employment and Commercial Litigation adarabnia@hwlaw.com Read Amitis’ bio […]

Warmest Wishes for the Holidays from Hyatt & Weber!

PROJECT USO ELF In lieu of internal holiday gifts, Hyatt & Weber attorneys and staff chose to contribute funds to our local USO Project Elf. Each holiday season, USO-Metro has the privilege of delivering warmth and festivity to our troops and their families on behalf of the American people. With a matching gift from the […]

Hyatt & Weber Holiday Party 2017

Hyatt & Weber was pleased to welcome over 200 guests to the lobby of the Severn Bank Building on Westgate Circle in Annapolis for our annual holiday celebration. Our attorneys and staff mingled with clients, local judges, attorneys, elected officials, and many other invited guests while dining on a delicious menu provided by local Annapolis […]

Stephen Stern Presents Harnessing the Perils and Promise of Social Media for Business Growth

On December 12, impactHR welcomed Hyatt & Weber employment attorney Stephen Stern to their offices in Columbia, MD to present, “Harnessing the Perils and Promise of Social Media for Business Growth.” Most of us are using social media in our lives today – whether at home or in the workplace. In fact, the percentage of […]

Employees Paid Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars Annually Eligible for Overtime Compensation under FLSA

In Pierce v. Wyndham Vacation Resorts, Inc. , No. 3:13-CV-641-CCS, 2017 WL 4480199 (E.D. Tenn. Oct. 6, 2017) the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee was asked to interpret the highly compensated employee exemption under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and determine whether certain employees who were paid hundreds of […]

Circuit Split Over Standing in Data Breach Litigation Continues

With cyberattacks on the rise, so is data breach litigation initiated by plaintiffs who claim that they have been harmed by the exposure of their personal information. As a result, more and more courts are confronting the threshold issue of standing under Article III of the Constitution for these plaintiffs, and they are coming to […]

Hyatt & Weber in the Community

The attorneys and staff at Hyatt & Weber have been busy out in our Annapolis and Anne Arundel County community this fall. On September 28, the Central Maryland Chamber held their annual Tour & Taste. First, they provided a bus tour of up-and-coming development projects in Anne Arundel County. The evening continued at Live Casino […]

Court Finds LinkedIn Posts Likely Violated Non-Solicitation Provisions of Employment Agreement

Many court decisions have found that communications on social media did not constitute improper solicitations, but the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota recently found in Mobile Mini, Inc. v. Vevea , Civil No. 17-1684 (JRT/KMM), 2017 WL 3172712 (D. Minn. July 25, 2017), that two LinkedIn posts by a former employee […]

When is a Facebook Friend a “Friend” Versus an “Acquaintance”?

In Law Offices of Herssein and Herssein, P.A. v. United Services Automobile Association , No. 3D17-1421, 2017 WL 3611661 (Fla, Dist. Ct. App. Aug. 23, 2017), the Third District Court of Appeal for the State of Florida was asked to decide whether a judge presiding over a case who was “friends” on Facebook with an […]