Posts by Sarah Sawyer, Esq.
Is an Individual with a Workers’ Compensation Injury Protected Under the ADA?
Companies operating in the logistics industry, whether it be as contractors for DHL, FedEx, Amazon, or the like, are all…Read More
The Utility of Non-Solicitation Agreements for FedEx Contractors
A restrictive covenant is an arrangement with employees that they will not engage in particular behavior after leaving your company.…Read More
Legal Considerations When Running a FedEx Business Webinar
Sarah Sawyer hosted a webinar to discuss the Legal Considerations When Running a FedEx Business. A few aspects that were…Read More
Potential Changes to Federal Overtime Pay Laws Loom
Currently, under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Motor Carrier Exemption, FedEx contractors do not have to pay drivers overtime…Read More
Wage Deductions: When Can You Make Them?
While wage deductions can effectively recoup costs and losses from an employee, deductions from wages are heavily regulated, and contractors…Read More
Workplace Compliance: Avoiding Costly Mistakes
When you get down to brass tax, the fundamentals of running a successful FedEx operation are having operational trucks and…Read More
Time to Care Act
The Time to Care Act has passed, and beginning on January 1, 2025, most Maryland employees can apply for paid…Read More
FedEx Purchase Agreements-More Than Just Legal Mumbo-jumbo
Often, when I first speak with prospective FedEx contractors, they are chomping at the bit to get started. They have…Read More
Anti-SLAPP and Section 230 Ruling
In a rare ruling on April 26, 2022, the Circuit Court for Baltimore City granted our Anti-SLAPP Motion to Dismiss…Read More
Supreme Court Ruling on OSHA’s ETS: Update
In my January 14, 2022, blog, Supreme Court Ruling on OSHA’s ETS: What Does it Mean and What’s Next? I…Read More