Vera L. Case






Vera Case Vera Case represents employers in all aspects of employment law, and concentrates her practice on counseling and litigation avoidance. She regularly advises employers on preventative measures to avoid wrongful discharge and discrimination issues.


Counseling advice includes such matters as hiring, termination, promotion, affirmative action, reductions-in-force, personnel manuals, outsourcing and independent contractors, drug testing and workplace privacy, wage-hour issues, policies to protect trade secrets and confidential information, non compete agreements, sexual harassment training, compliance with Title VII, ADA, ADEA, Equal Pay Act, workers’ compensation claims and other related issues.


Vera also develops and conducts training workshops to develop practices aimed at minimizing potential claims.


In addition to her law practice, Vera is a Lecturer at Towson University in the Business Excellence Program in the College of Business and Economics, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at University of Maryland University College where she teaches Employment Law and Business Law.


Admitted to Practice


Court of Appeals of Maryland
United States District Court for the District of Maryland
District of Columbia Court of Appeals




University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., with honors, 1993
Pennsylvania State University, B.S., with highest distinction, 1983
University Scholars' Program – Honors Degree


Professional Organizations


Maryland State Bar Association, Section of Labor & Employment
Society of Human Resource Management
Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR)