The Daily Record Names Melissa Calhoon Jones to its 2022 Business & Employment Law Power List

The Daily Record names Melissa Calhoon Jones, counsel at Tydings & Rosenberg LLP, to its 2022 Business & Employment Law Power List.

With more than two decades of experience in the field, Ms. Jones has established herself as an employment law authority for Maryland businesses.  She is a frequent speaker to trade associations and an author of numerous employment law articles.  In 2010, she was selected as one of Baltimore's "Legal Elite" by SmartCEO Magazine.

Ms. Jones chairs the firm’s employment and labor law group and counsels small and medium-sized companies on labor, employment, and immigration matters.  She is experienced in handling matters involving discrimination, harassment, accommodation of disabilities, family and medical leave, wage payment, prevailing wage, plant closing, performance management, hiring, work authorization, I-9 audits, termination of employment, policy compliance, and non-competition agreements, among others.  She regularly prepares and reviews documents relating to all aspects of the employment relationship, such as offer letters and employment contracts, employment handbooks and policies, non-competition agreements, disciplinary notices, termination letters, and severance agreements.

Upon learning of being named to the 2022 Business & Employment Law Power List, Ms. Jones said, “It is an honor to be included in this list of remarkable lawyers.”  Diane D’Aiutolo, Tydings’ managing partner, said, “Tydings is pleased that Melissa’s many accomplishments and contributions have been recognized by The Daily Record.”

The Daily Record’s 2022 Business & Employment Law Power List features business and employment law practitioners who have demonstrated outstanding achievement through professional accomplishments.

Tydings is a Maryland-based law firm serving clients throughout the mid-Atlantic region.  The firm provides a wide range of legal services in a variety of areas, including bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, corporate, business and tax, general and commercial litigation, health care provider representation, employment counseling and litigation, IP, real estate, estates and trusts, and family law.