A no-knock warrant is a warrant that gives the police and other law enforcement officers legal permission to enter a premises without knocking first to alert the occupants of their presence. In order for a no-knock warrant to be issued, there must be just cause, and a judge must sign off on it.
Fiona W. Ong defends employers in the areas of employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, and wage/hour regulation, both in court and before federal and state agencies. She prepares employee handbooks and personnel policies. She assists government contractors in complying with affirmative action obligations. She also provides advice to managers and human resources on a wide variety of personnel matters, and conducts training on harassment, reasonable accommodations, and other issues for both supervisors and employees.
Fiona currently co-chairs the Employment Issues Committee for the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. She has participated in numerous seminars at the local and national level, including the annual conference of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, and the Maryland State Bar Association, as well as the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s Employment Law Conference.
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One South Street Suite 1800 Baltimore, Maryland