JDKatz is proud to announce that Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq. has been named a Top Attorney in Bethesda Magazine 2021. The publication asked over 1700 attorneys in Montgomery County who they would recommend in a range of different practice areas. Attorney McInturff is honored to be chosen for her work in civil litigation by her […]
Isabella Demougeot, the Senior Litigation Associate at JD Katz, speaks with Fox 45 about vaccine mandates in the workplace. Watch the interview below.
Recently, it was announced that Attorney Elizabeth J. McInturff, of JDKatz, P.C. is to receive one of the 2021 Daily Record Leading Women Awards. To read the news release in greater detail, click here or on the picture below.
Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq. recently wrote an article that was featured in The Daily Record regarding how parental vaccination status may affect child custody in Maryland. To read the full article, simply click here or on the picture below.
Senior Litigation Associate at JD Katz, Isabella Demougeot, discusses whether employers can require their employees to return to the office. To watch the full interview, simply click here.
Recently, Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq. of JDKatz, P.C. authored an article regarding the recent Britney Spears saga and whether adult guardianships can affect an individual’s reproductive rights. To read the full article, simply click here or on the picture below.
On July 1, 2021, the minimum wage increases for employers in Montgomery County Maryland increases to: $15 for employers with 51 or more employees, $14 for employers with 50 or fewer employees, and $13.50 for employers with 10 or fewer employees. This is part of Bill 28-17 which was signed into legislation on November 17, […]
Why Did Amazon Drop its Arbitration Clause? – When Arbitration is Not Cost-Effective Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq., with Jared Stape, Law Clerk Surprisingly, Amazon has dropped its mandatory arbitration clause. However, don’t uncork the champagne yet—this decision was more about Amazon’s bottom line—not so much about customer care. In the past 16 months, around 75,000 […]
COVID-19 has forced many couples to postpone or even cancel their weddings. Subsequently, this has prompted a growing number of disputes between clients and their event vendors about rescheduling/cancellation policies and refunding retainers and other fees. Given the unusual circumstances, vendors were left wondering what their rights are and what protections they have. The good […]