Joseph M. Creed writes for the Maryland Bar Journal

August 15, 2017

In today’s social media age, the line between one’s professional and personal life is easily blurred. Stories of public employees getting fired for posting their radical opinions online are not unheard of. In an article for the Maryland Bar Journal (MBJ), Joseph M. Creed tackles this complex issue.

Creed covers topics such as, public employees’ rights regarding free speech, versus the State’s power as an employer. As one of our Labor & Employment attorneys, Creed is able to apply his unique knowledge to the topic, offering both advice and information.