Mr. Holland's employment practice group litigates individual and class action cases in the areas discrimination including gender and race as well as harassment, wage and hour disputes under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and state law. The group also handles state and federal constitutional claims, breach of contract claims, trade secret and covenant not to compete claims, and state law wrongful termination related claims.
Executive level employees, and employers, are represented in negotiation and drafting of employment agreements, severance packages, and employee manuals. A significant part of Mr. Holland's practice is the representation of "whistleblowers" in cases brought under the federal False Claims Act (Qui Tam cases) to recover funds on behalf of the United States, and to vindicate the rights of whistleblowers who are victims of retaliation.
Several of his cases have been widely reported in the media, such as Lamone vs Burger, et. al (enjoined the State from terminating the chief election official for the State) and the case of Clark, et., al, vs. Prince George's County (obtained a judgment requiring the County to hire 64 firefighters whose offers of employment had been rescinded). Mr. Holland was named Litigation All-Star in Benchmark Magazine (2012).
Contact Jay Holland today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
Mr. Holland frequently lectures and writes on various employment law topics for bar associations and other organizations. He is Co-Chair of the Employment Law Section of the Prince George's County Bar Association., and served on the Planning Committee for the Maryland Employment Lawyer's Association.
We offer a free intake process from which the attorney determines if there will be any legal issue requiring additional advice. The firm has offices in Greenbelt, Rockville and Prince Frederick. The Maryland law firm of Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, P.A., serves clients throughout Washington, D.C., and the D.C. Metro suburban area.
Call 240-920-6935 today to arrange your free initial consultation.
Represented Whistleblower in “Botox” False Claims Act Case; Maker of Botox (Allergan); Settled the Case for $600 Million in Civil and Criminal Fines
Represented Whistleblower in “Off-Label” Marketing of Medical Device Qui Tam Case; Settled for $6,000,000.00
Represented Whistleblower in Service Contract Act Qui Tam Case; Employer Settled Qui Tam and Retaliation Claims For $1,500,000.00
Represented Whistleblower in Defense Department Contract Fraud Qui Tam Case; Employer Settled Qui Tam and Retaliation Claims for $1,500,000.00
In Lamone vs Burger, et. al Represented Maryland Chief of Elections, Enjoining the State from terminating her Position
In Clark vs Prince George’s County, Obtained A Judgment Requiring County To Hire 64 Firefighters Whose Offers of Employment Had Been Rescinded
Represented Federal Employee in Sexual Harassment Case – Settled for $520,000.00 and placement in new job