Todd Horn is a seasoned labor and employment attorney who represents clients in employment-related litigation. Todd has been repeatedly recognized by his peers and clients for his skill, professionalism, and confident presence, honed by decades of courtroom experience. Todd also is a co-author of the comprehensive legal treatise, Maryland Employment Law (Lexis 2020), a book that federal and state courts and other lawyers have cited as a leading reference for more than two decades.
In his practice, Todd covers a wide range of industries, including healthcare, government contracting, financial services, retail, hospitality, construction, biotechnology, food service, and telecommunications. He regularly handles cases involving "whistleblowing," discrimination, compensation, disability accommodations, retaliation, sexual harassment, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), wrongful discharge, and defamation.
Todd also has significant experience successfully defending employers against class action wage and hour lawsuits under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Maryland law. In addition, he helps clients avoid employee lawsuits and obtain strategic advantages in sensitive investigations, workforce reductions/reorganizations, disgruntled employee issues, and American Disabilities Act (ADA)/Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) compliance.
Milo v. CyberCore Technologies, LLC, Civil Case No. SAG-18-3145 (D. Md. 2020)
Johnson v. Edward D. Jones & Co., L.P., 2018 WL 5298394 (D. Md. 2018), aff’d, 2019 WL 2642926 (4th Cir. 2019)
Amaya v. DGS Construction, LLC, Civil Action No. TDC-16-3350 (D. Md. 2019)
Gurbani v. Johns Hopkins Health Sys. Corp., 237 Md. App. 261, 306, 185 A.3d 760 (2018)
Chambers USA has reported that Todd “is admired as a fantastic litigator – one of the best in the courtroom, with a tremendous presence.” He is “very professional and efficient,” and is “particularly sought out for high-stakes litigation.”